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L' Iff 7* ■■■■a^nt jm "'SX I I • I ilk -Ml , ' W»* '-■ I*L- NTENTS heme Administration and Faculty Seniors Superlatives Organizations Sports \ \ Even Advertisements ►enior Class Directory TJt GButs i£/'& o/i/wju&t/ />€aa/?/. 10 11 12 ^/matf never bass/ t/u& axu/y a^am/, £TAat/'& a/A/f ^Tuxmt/ it/ uh£/i/ ( pott/. 13 14 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 16 17 Donald Timony Principal v» mA Dr. Paul Zdanowicz Superintendent ADMINISTRATION Robert Mulloy Assistant Superintendent David dayman Housemaster Arthur Nicholson III Assistant Principal Carl Stasio Housemaster 18 GUIDANCE a Alton Bailey Alvin Huebner Adele Demers Katherine Quick Janet McLennan William Cullen William Becker 19 ENGLISH Shaun Gurry ill Leonie Longshore Lillian Hershfield Coordinator Patricia Conroy DEPARTMENT Andrew Melnicki Albert Francis Sheila Cunningham Thomas Jennings 20 Jennifer Smith MM J Nancy Wilson Douglas Hallbauer Alfred Jones Elaine Crane Daniel Herlihy Anne Marie Fiorilla -v Joyce Contarino Gayle Rousseau Anne Marie Krussell 21 Carl Stasio Coordinator David Whiting David Hennessey SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Barbara Kilcarr John Nigrelli John Heggarty 22 Alfred DeStefano Elizabeth Smith Robin Moody Daniel Dodson Nancy Dorner Lawrence Salmonsohn John Rimas Donald Smith 23 Kathleen Do ran Department Chairman BUSINESS DEPARTMENT '■-*.' * » • Ruth Lange Claire St. Pierre Margret Steele Virginia Wilman 24 Raymond Pilat Distributive Education Patricia Walsh Susan Nitto Patricia Borucki Winifred Green Milton Lebowicz Distributive Education 25 Frank Yelle Maureen Troianello John Sieg David dayman Coordinator MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Jacqueline Dirsa Bruce Parker Robert Fradette Sandra Hodge 26 Doreen Devine Susan McCrath Judith Hiller Anne Eckman Jean Carrier Marie Grillo Bruce Hiscock Donna Savastano 27 FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Mildred Gammons Gerard Gagne Joseph Caruso Carol Dufresne 28 Kathleen Cook Susan Hannigan Irene Boisvert iW^ j£k HH p -*• ) 1 i kk ^Jl km Elaine Lostimolo Cynthia Wilcock 29 ^E—^dflT- ~^H ■ [ ' -~~^^^^1 L J ^ Jut W ^i Kathleen Fox -T ^ William Russell Department Head SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Roger Fuller 30 Paul Bourque John Ziminski Peter Mazzaglia Lisa Bel Daniel Moynihan Paul Noiseux 31 HOME ECONOMICS DEPT. v^ „, Mrs. Mildred Kern Department Chairman Miss Judith Cade 32 Miss Denise Benner Miss Mary Ellen Dudley ART DEPARTMENT Mrs. Barbara Fiorella Coordinator Mrs. Sharyn Durhan Mr. Leo Constantineau Miss Susan Wagner 33 Paul Constantineau Department Head Ronald Rosado INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Edward Kelley James Shamburger James McDermott Richard Czarnec 34 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT ■I k 1 L_ I ^^1 #1 Joseph Robillard Sheryl Allen Carol Bailey Laurence Klimas Potpourri David Isadore Band Director Patricia Small Chorus Mary Viscosi Nurse Allyn St. Lifer Special Needs Shirley Havanasian Drama Rhonda Krasa Special Needs Robert Rosmarino Driver Education Thomas Merriman 36 Media Center Staff Cafeteria Staff Clerical Staff 37 s E N I O R S 38 m&£XM "■•^■■v,-* 39 James J. Abdallah Abby ambition: to be a funeral director activities: cheerleader — powder puff football, Fuzzy — class play, bicentennial workshop, homeroom representa- tive Linda A. Adams ambition: to marry Todd and graduate from col- lege activities: national honor society, french club, student senate, drama club, regional advisory council * i \ Linda Marie Albert "Those who dream dreams must be ready to pay the price to make them come true" Sharon Amante ambition: to always be happy in life "To dream of the person you would like to be, is to waste the person you are." James Ange Donna Appleyard Don ambition: to work with children activities: volleyball, Sue Ann — senior class play, powder-puff foot- ball, chorus — vice president and secretary, cheerleader David April 40 Stephen Ardizzone Steve ambition: to join the navy activities: track, cross country Mark Archambault Glenda Arlitt ambiton: to be successful in life Joyce Arivella Lynne Auclair ambition: to stay happy and be successful in whatever I decide to do. activities: sophomore, ju- nior, senior class secre- tary, spring track, year- book staff, cadet queen, senior class play, pow- der puff football, spe- cial needs course. Mark Ayotte ambition: I would like to own my own construc- tion business. activities: basketball, track Diane Azzarelli activities: cross country, winter and spring track, powder puff football Anne Baillargeon 41 Cynthia E. Barbin Cindy ambition: to go to college activities: marching and concert band Martin Bartlett , ^ IJBf Er ^^ w ^^ ^ V ' ^ I Barbara Basso Butch ambition: I would like to be a secretary Susan Corine Becotte Sue ambition: to find a full- time job after high school Robert Beaulieu Bob ambition: I would like to become an electrician John Beg ley Jack activities: hockey — cap- tain, tennis — captain Jean Mary Bell ambition: to be happy in life activities: deca Ralph C. Bellorado Chuck ambition: to go to college and get a good job activities: national honor society, track, hockey 42 Linda Marie Berry ambition: to be happy with Rick for the rest of my life activities: deca Ronald Benedict Joy Bevington activities: distributive edu- cation Robert Bobola Bob ambition: to be a power plant engineer Judy Blackington ambition: to live a long and happy life activities: office worker Charles T. Boddy Chuck ambition: to go to college activities: cadet corps, science club Charles Bogannam Boog amtition: to be a chirop- ractor activities: baseball, bas- ketball, soccer, senior class play Carolyn Bolduc ambition: to live a long and happy life 43 Douglas Bolduc Jr. Doug ambition: to be a veterina- rian activities: senior class of- ficer, pep club presi- dent, wrestling, base- ball, bicentennial club Debra Boudreau Debbie ambition: to become a nurse activities: ice skating William Brouck Bill ambition: to get a college education and then get rich activities: tennis team, ski team, bicentennial club Landra Bryson Allen Brown Dan Burgess ambition: to become a high school principal "Always expect the un- expected" activities: football, bas- ketball Nancy Burns N.B., Crunch ambition: to be a forest ranger activities: field hockey, track, junior boosters, national honor society Steve Burns activities: cross country 44 Mary Jane Byrnes ambition: to go into per- sonnel management Angela Cammarata Lucille Cartelli ambition: to be a medical technologist activities: national honor society, newspaper, bicentennial workshop Paul Nathan Carter ambition: to be a success- ful lawyer Neil M. Carter ambition: to be an auto mechanic Cheryl Casey Squirrel, Small Fry ambition: to be happy and successful in everything I try to do "Thanks, Neil, Sheryl, Linda, Gayle, and Kevin for making my high school years the happiest days of my life!" Catherine M. Castiglione Castig ambition: I would like to be either a secretary or a hairdresser activities: senior class play, homeroom repre- sentative, powder-puff football Mark Castiglione activities: marching, con- cert, and stage band, wrestling 45 Bruce M. Cataldi ambition: to be a success activities: distributive edu- cation William Chaisson Willy-F ambition: to travel and have a good time Russ Champy The Champ ambition: to go into build- ing "Remember the good times in Mr. Con- stantinau's woodwork- ing class Susan Cleary Clear ambition: to stay happy and be successful in whatever I do. activities: freshman, sophomore cheerleader, spring track, yearbook staff, cadet queen at- tendant, powder puff football, course for special needs Vj jl l\ h **^i r V V f ou. v> Mark J. Chi Ids Duck ambition: to help people the best way my abilities allow me to activities: basketball — captain Karen Coco ambition: to be a secre- tary activities: skating drama club David A. Collier Dave ambition: I would like to start my own rock group, activities: band — 3 years as a drummer John Collins 46 David Copley Kimberly M. Cottone Kim ambition: to be a nurse activities: bicentennial workshop, yearbook, national honor society, flag corps, Spanish club, girl's spring track i "j&fe Richard J. Corso Rick ambition: to be a pharma- cist activities: national honor society, student senate, french club, drama club, race Dru E. Craven ambition: to become a successful legal secre- tary activities: Kristen — senior class play, yearbook staff, distributive educa- tion John Couture Cooch ambition: to go to trade school and make money Kenneth Crompton Casey ambition: to be a profes- sional golfer activities: ski team, golf team 47 Corinne M. Cubelli ambition: to go into the field of fashion and stay- happy in life activities: deca James S D'Agati Jimbo ambition: to own a lounge "Don't walk behind me, for I am not a leader, don't walk in front of me for I am not a fol- lower, just walk beside me and be my friend" Rosann DaGraca Rose ambition: to travel and do what ever I want to do in life activities: distributive edu- cation — president Marc Daine Turkey ambition: to become a lawyer Cheryl Daigle Francis J. Dawson Fran ambition: to get a high paying job activities: cross country Kathleen P. Danahy Kathie ambition: to be a success- ful lawyer "Be optimis- tic, for even behind the darkest of clouds there is sunshine" activities: flag corps, newspaper, powder-puff football, national honor society, homeroom rep- resentatives, bicenten- nial workshop Linda Deasy Dese ambition: to become a psychologist, to help others and to enjoy life "Good luck to the se- nior class of '77" 48 ■ ^) 1\ Daniel P. Dechane Burt ambition: to make myself and other people happy and go through life with ease "I hope that all the fantastic people in my senior class fully achieve what they at- tempt in life" activities: italian club Hilbert DeDeus ambition: to get a job and enjoy life activities: soccer John DeFusco Fusco ambition: to be a success- ful person in life "I leave the future football team the concept of not quitting when you're down" activities: football — cap- tain, track Carolyn Ann Deloge activities: ice skating Lynn Ann Mary Delehanty ambition: to work with handicap children activities: computer club Debra DeLuca ambition: to go cosemetology into Nanci DeLuca Squirrel ambition: to find a good job and make a lot of money activities: distributive edu- cation, track Dean Demers Deano ambition: to become a pilot and fly all over the world activities: baseball, hoc- key, and cross country i Hfot A ^0?' ^ <**r» ^1 w *^^t ^L ^^fc f.4 x JFj^k m!- A ^l 49 Darlene F. Deschene Darl ambition: to be happy activities: senior class play Maryann Desrochers Shortie, Munchkin ambition: to marry Vin Richard Desrochers Hippie ambition: to work and survive Debra M. Dimmock Dim ambition: to further my education and be happy and successful with Kevin activities: french club, ita- lian club, pep club, art * f!*% t 't *fer — i fb- * % Hi^^^k. — Ji *m1k m Wfc-r . w Ann DiBenedetto Banana ambition: to take life as it comes activities: softball, basket- ball, manager field hoc- key Linda Susan DiTore Boufos ambition: to own my own restaurant and have a happy family activities: work study James F. Doerr Jim ambition: I want to go on to college to study ac- counting activities: ski team, tennis team Michael J. Dollar Bucka ambition: to be a heavy equipment operator 50 Laurel L. Dolloff to become a dentist activities: yearbook — edi- tor, Imogene — senior class play, national honor society, french club, powder-puff foot- ball, jazz, marching and district band. Marilyn Ann Donahue Lynne ambition: to live a happy life and become an executive secretary activities: tennis, ice skat- ing Barbara Dooley Charles Drago Teresa Dowgiert Muscles ambition: to marry Alain Mary A.R. Drago Becky ambition: to go into the medical field or law en- forcement activities: drama club, fig- ure skating club, italian club, senior class play Joyce Dube ambition: to become a kindergarten teacher and always be happy with John activities: drama club, powder-puff football, senior class play Debra Dubois 51 Susan Eaton Gregory M. Edwards activities: hockey Carl R. Ehramjian ambition: to go into earth science activities: marching, con- cert, and jazz band Drex Fair ambition: to become a success Mary Lou Elias Lou ambition: to get out of school Susan Farelli Sue ambition: to go to college and be happy and suc- cessful activities: football queen, italian club Joseph A. Faro Jr. Joe ambition: to own my own business Michael Faro ambition: to be successful in whatever I do activities: football 52 David Faucher Fauch ambition: to become a physical education teacher and coach gymnastics activities: concert, march- ing, and jazz band, all district and state con- cert band, outstanding marcher, gymnastics co-captain, mvp, senior class play Paul Favreau Christine Fazio Ralph John Feole ambition: to become rich and build my own house Kevin A. Feole Madman ambition: to make a lot of money and be happy and successful with Deb Caroline Feugill Carol ambition: to become an occupational therapist activities: majorettes Karlene Fi I lion Karl ambition: to be a beauti- cian and be happy in life activites: deca club Joyce Marie Finnegan ambition: to be a cpa activities: pep club, Span- ish club, Spanish honor society, drama club 53 Theresa Fitzgerald Terry ambition: to become a hairdresser activities: Spanish honor society, chorus Deborah Fitzsimmons Fitz ambition: to be a hair- dresser and have my own business Maura K. Flanagan ambition: to go to college and succeed in the ca- reer I will persue activities: color captain, skating, intramural ski- ing, bicentennial work- shop, junior boosters — treasurer, house of rep- resentatives Theresa Fluet Nancy E. Fluet Nance ambition: to be a Ipn Frank Paul Foderaro Paco, Las Agallas ambition: to become a cpa activities: Spanish club, Spanish honor society, marching and concert band, homeroom repre- sentative, yearbook staff, senior class play Karen L Fram ambition: to live a suc- cessful life and enjoy the best of it Brenda Jean Gagnon Chipmunck ambition: to someday realize that all the dis- covering I have done is useless "When there is contentment, there is no rebellion" 54 Daniel W. Gagnon Dan ambition: to be a paramedic or a police officer activities: bicentennial workshop, cadet corps, science club, football Joseph A. Gaides Joe ambition: to move Florida and go school there to to Amy Gallagher ambition: to go on to art school / r < I* £ ,^Cy ~^B H^/Jw Nancy Galloway ambition: to study ac- counting and live a suc- cessful and happy life Gail Ganem activities: basketball, field hockey, softball, powder-puff footbal 55 Jim Garand Ross Garofalo Bucket ambition: To be success- ful in whatever I choose to do. activities: band, stage band, national honor society, pats, gymnas- tics, senior class play, Spanish club. Ruby Garson Boob ambition: to find the one in life that was meant for me. Mark Richard Gauvin ambition: to live life to it's fullest and to succeed and be happy in what- ever I do activities: soccer, gymnas- tics, Jeff — senior class play, Spanish club Glenn J. Gaudreau ambition: Lawyer and Pol- itician activities: former bicen- tennial workshop member. Cynthia Gebo Cindy activities: senior class play usherette, powder-puff football Debra A. Gingras Debbie ambition: to be an elementary school teacher and to always stay happy Adrienne Giragosian ambition: to become an accountant activities: tennis team, j.v. field hockey 56 Joe Girouard Wolfie, or Dolf ambition: to be an electri- cian activities: baseball, tennis Paul Giroux Mark A. Giroux ambition: to travel around the world Maureen Goossens Moe ambition: to be a veterina- rian assistant and I want to travel out west Frank Golio Oreo ambition: to be an ac- countant activites: track, senior class play David B. Gordon Gordie ambition: to live life to its fullest and to do what- ever comes up in life activities: soccer tri- captain, track, baseball Theresa Gosselin Terry ambition: to be a biologist and I'd like to travel David Grasso ambition: to go to college and get a good job 57 Susan Green Sue ambition: to go to college and marry Ted activities: distributive edu- cation Laura Griskevich ambition: to be successful and stay happy activities: senior class play, basketball and football cheerleader — captain, powder-puff football, football queen attendant Kenneth C. Gross Ken Deborah Guilmet Deb ambition: to go to college and marry Joe activities: distributive edu- cation Elizabeth M. Groves Betsey ambition: to be happy activities: deca Margaret J. Guthrie ambition: to become a legal secretary and a partime hairdresser Joseph Haddad Camel ambition: to be a physical education teacher activities: ice hockey, baseball Debra A. Haidaichuk Debbie ambition: to enjoy life to its fullest activities: yearbook staff, ranger news, powder- puff football, senior class play usherette ' . A 58 David Hajjar Dave Cheryl Hall Sharon Hamman Hamie ambition: to be a hair- dresser and happy in life Carol Harvey ambition: to become a commercial artist Tammy Marie Hapenny Tabatha ambition: to be a dental technician and marry John activities: swimming Linda A. Harvey ambition: to be happy activities: yearbook staff, national honor society, Spanish club, Spanish honor society, bicen- tennial workshop, se- nior class play James Craig Haskell Craig ambition: to go into the air force or state police activities: spring track, science club — secre- tary — treasurer, soc- cer, senior class play stage hand Paul Healey Heals ambition: to be successful at making money activities: cross country, ski team, hockey, golf team, winter and spring track 59 Catherine A. Hebert Cath ambition: to be happy, be- come an accountant, and to travel activities: gymnastics, powder-puff football, volleyball, spring track, cheerleading Sheila A. Hegarty She ambition: to learn more from others activities: soccer and hoc- key cheerleading — co-captain, Spanish club — president, national honor society Penny J. Hines Pen ambition: to always be happy and succeed in life activities: gymnastics, cheerleading, spring track Cheryl Holgate David A. Houle Yule Log ambition: to see the world while in the army Oscar A. Hoehn Jr. Osc activities: football, spring and winter track Thomas Hopkinson 60 IV^^^^^^^^^^I ^*r S''jj£jk 9k 7* *m *- \ 1 ■tv ^L *" m v ■ ^'|H" f H V Deborah A. Jabour Deb ambition: to make my life worthwhile, "good luck in the years to come" Alice Jacinto Amy ambition: to go on to school to better myself and to travel Ronald Jamgochian Ron ambition: to enter into the music world activities: chorus Edward Jennings Michael Janowski Mike activities: cross country, winter and spring track Gary J. Joaquin Jokes ambition: to become a successful graphic de- signer activities: art club, italian club Cynthia A. Joy Cindy ambition: to go to college and become a nurse Donna Marie Joyal Don ambition: to be a medical technologist and be happily married to Emile activities: gymnastics, figure skating, ice show 61 Barbara Anne Jutras Frog ambiton: to make the best of life David L. Kay Dave activities: football, winter and spring track ii Mi David S. Kearny Dave ambition: to be a success- ful lawyer activities: marching, con- cert, and jazz band, se- nior class play, pats Thomas Kearns Leilah Anne Kearny ambition: to be activities: national honor society, cheerleading — co-captain, student se- nate, f rench club, bicen- tennial club, senior class play, powder-puff football, advisory coun- cil to school committee John William Kelleher Jack ambition: to further my education in the field of art activities: art club, background for senior class play Paul Kenney activities: football, winter and spring track Tracy Kenyon 62 ■ Christina M. Kiessling Tina ambition: to live a happy and successful life activities: powder-puff football, senior class play usherette, german club, volleyball Cheryl Ann Kissinger ambition: to become an accountant activities: chorus Brenda Klier Bren ambition: to be a medical technologist and always stay happy activities: drama club, german club, senior class play, powder-puff football Kevin A. Kluk Chester ambition: to have a career in the military service activities: tennis Elizabeth Kolifrath Beth ambition: to fly activities: cadets, skiing Ann Kosiorek Banana ambition: to become an administrative assistant "To be happy in life is most important, work to achieve that goal" activities: business club 63 ^^J 1 W**\ ^ W I \ Debra LaCroix Deb ambition: to become a medical secretary activities: deca — secre- tary Martha Lad re Kimberly A. LaFrance Kim ambition: to enjoy life to its fullest activities: tennis team William F. Laiberfy Bill ambition: to have a career in the navy activities: football, hockey Linda E. Lafrenier ambition: to be a nurse activities: chorus, news- paper, sophomore class treasurer, powder-puff football, senior class play usherette Laurence C. Lambert Larry ambition: to become a successful lawyer activities: baseball, bas- ketball, homeroom rep- resentative Shirley A. Lambert ambition: to become an executive secretary Sherry L. Lamot 64 Paul Robert Lamont Eugenie Lamy Jeannie ambition: to go placidly amidst the noise and haste Judy E. Landry ambition: to be an athletic trainer activities: Softball manag- er, yearbook David G. Lavoie Sandra A. Lavoie Sandy ambition: to be a medical technologist "Smile and be happy" activities: jr. boosters, spring track Wayne L. Lavigne Lee La Porte ambition: to own De- Moulas Michael B. Lavoie ambition: to be a cop activities: marching band 65 Timothy Lawton Beaver ambition: to be involved in physical education activities: tri-captain cross country, hockey, winter and spring track Mark R. Lebrun ambition: to go into the air force and travel activities: wrestling David J. L'Ecuyer Winnifred Leonard Winnie activities: field hockey, basketball, track, softball, powder-puff football Donna Lemire ambition: to live a long and happy life with Al activities: cadet corps, rangerette commander Jane L. Lescarbeau ambition: to work in the line of travel and al- ways be happy activities: powder-puff football, senior class play usherette Larry W. Liles Celeste M. Lippe ambition: to further my education in the field of french 66 .*/ James Lister Jim ambition: to get out of high school Mark Lonardo ambition: to major in pre-med m£^ hhv\ ^ 1 \ ~ Paul Love ambition: not to change activities: football, senior class play Robert Lucinskas Donna Lucier ambition: to live a long and happy life Robert A. Lutz i\ Sharon Marie Macdonald ambition: to be a model activities: gymnastics Maryann Maglia Mags ambition: to be a statisti- cian activities: national honor society, Spanish club, bicentennial workshop, spring track '•>;£ 67 Peter M. Makus Karen Manning ambition: to become a child psychologist activities: track, cheer- leading, powder-puff football Jill-Ann Marquis Turkey Jr. ambition: to record and publish songs I have written activities: drama club — treasurer — president, senior class play, chorus Linda Marsden ambition: to go to college and have a successful career activities: deca club Henry Marrone Hank ambition: to be a bachelor activities: hockey Mark Martin Nancy P. Martin ambition: to live peace- fully and happily activities: yearbook staff, national honor society, junior boosters, tennis, skiing, skating club Linda Ma rtino Hawk ambition: to graduate and become an artist activities: scenes for se- nior class play, homeroom representa- tive 68 Cheryl Matron ambition: to travel and see the world before I settle down activities: Spanish honor society, deca Mary Rae Matton ambition: to go to college and be happy activities: cheerleader, powder-puff football, yearbook staff, french club Edith Maynard Edie ambition: to go into ac- counting Chris McAdam Mic ambition: to live a happy life activities: tennis, hockey, baseball Pam J. Maynard Sharon McAvoy Kevin McCall Nipsey ambition: to be a rock 'n roll star William McCracken Bill ambition: to enjoy life 69 James Michael McDonald Jim ambition: to go into busi- ness Karen P. McGrail Nerak, qui pas ambition: to be a disc joc- key activities: volleyball, bas- ketball, Softball, na- tional honor society, Spanish honor society Michele McKay Micky ambition: to have a long and happy life Lori McKenzie Kemenz ambition: to have a suc- cessful cceer in art activities: art club — trea- surer Gayle Lynne McKenzie ambition: to work with children and have family Valerie McKone Val ambition: to be successfu in whatever I do activities: deca club 70 -if*' i mflM r ^k *"». > M J^^k m Robin McMahon RaRa ambition: to become a photographer or a hair- dresser activities: chorus Gail McNulty \ Eileen Menihane Menihickey ambition: to be happy activities: field hockey, spring and winter track, powder-puff football, jr. boosters — secretary Donald Messina Ellen Mary Mercer ambition: to be a psychoanalyst activities: skating club, rifle corps, french club, national honor society Marie Messina ambition: to be a success- ful hairdresser and to live a happy life with Joe activities: deca, football queen attendant ■ 4 John Michaud ambition: to receive a masters degree in whatever I go to college for Judith Claire Michaud Judy ambition: to become a commercial artist activities: art club — pres- ident, track team man- ager, senior class play 71 Philip J. Michaud Phil ambition: to enjoy life and have many happy years Suzanne Mignanelli Sue ambition: to travel as an airline stewardess activities: deca Debra Moore Chris Morency ambition: to have a career in the u.s. coast guard activities: gymnastics, soccer, cadets Linda S. Moreau Munroe ambition: to further my career in professional modeling Karen Morgan Thomas F. Mosson IV Tom ambition: to be a wheel man activities: concert, march- ing and jazz band, se- nior class play Linda Motta ambition: to go into crimi- nal law ~ *" ■ K. #N> ^ M 72 Donald Mullin Don ambition: to go on to col- lege activities: baseball, foot- ball, tennis, and track Joanne Mundry Brian Murphy Murph ambition: to go on to col- lege activities: hockey, soccer, tennis, and gymnastics David Nastasia Dave ambition: to become a computer technologist Karin Nartiff ambition: to become a probation or parole of- ficer James Naylor Jay ambition: to be successful in whatever I do activities: Spanish honor society, Spanish club, bicentennial workshop Stephen Nazarina Chubby ambition: to be successful in whatever I do activities: football, hoc- key, golf Heidi Neff Neffy ambition: to become an elementary school teacher activities: basketball, soft- ball, volleyball, powder- puff football, year- book staff 73 Patricia Nelson Nels ambition: to be a dentist activities: field hockey, basketball, track, jr. boosters — vice presi- dent, powder-puff foot- ball pro- Gina Neve ambition: to go into fessional bowling activities: basketball, vol- leyball, softball, year- book staff, powder-puff football, homeroom representative Lynne Nicholson ambition: to be happy and successful in life Katherine Lisa Nicolosi Kathy ambition: to go into elementary education activities: range rettes, ita- lian club, pep club, Spanish club, prep club, Spanish honor society, bicentennial club, powder-puff football, jr. boosters Brenda L. Nightingale ambition: to finish college majoring in physical therapy activities: volleyball, cheerleading, jazz band, chorus, senior class play Laurie J. Nolin Lau ambition: to live and be happy Barry M. Norton Bubba ambition: to become a forest ranger activities: cross country, spring track Michael G. Nowell 74 Peter O'Connell Oakie ambition: to find my own northwest passage activities: soccer, gymnas- tics, track, german club, yearbook staff, bicen- tennial workshop Michael O'Donnell Russell G. Ohanian Russ ambition: to go to college and be successful as a math major activities: football golf Lori Otis ambition: to become a physical education teacher James O'Sullivan ambition: to be successful Corinne A. Palmer Corey ambition: to make all my dreams come true activities: skating club, Spanish club, bicenten- nial workshop, year- book staff, Spanish honor society Marie Pappalardo Fred Dean Parillo ambition: to keep on lining 75 Paula Paris Michael A. Pauk Mike ambition: to be a teacher activities: chorus, bicen- tennial workshop Denise M. Pellerin ambition: to study ac- counting Michael W. Pittera Mike ambition: to lead a happy life and be successful in my own business activities: wrestling — co captain Michael Pelletier Mike ambition: to go to college Frank Plantamura activities: cross country, winter and spring track Gerard Plouffe Kenneth J. Pollard Jeff ambition: to travel the U.S. in a black chevy van 76 Arlene M. Poole ambition: to be successful in the field of art Kenneth Poublon ambition: to keep happy activities: Spanish club Jimmie F. Pritts Jr. Whale Belly, Foxxy ambition: to go to college and then to work with kids activities: football, bas- ketball, baseball, and track Diane Purdy Mouse ambition: to become an airline stewardess and travel the world Janet Rapaglia ambition: to lead a good life and be happy with Bob 77 Debra Raye Debbie ambition: to be good at anything I decide to do David Recupero Karl Paul Reidl Raddle- Raddle ambition: to be happy in life with whatever I do activities: marching, con- cert, and jazz band, german club, senior class play Suzan Ricard Sue Robyn Reitano ambition: to work with children activities: Spanish club, yearbook staff Rhoda Jean Ricci Ricci ambition: to marry Bruce and become an accoun- tant Coleen Ann Riley Collie ambition: to become a pathologist activities: rifle squad — captain, Spanish club, senior class play Tim Roberge 78 Susan Marie Roberts Sue ambition: to go to college and have a happy life activities: deca club Craig Scot Robichaud ambition: to go into com- mercial art Ernest F. Robillard Michael Rosentrater ambition: to be rich activities: hockey Margret Rose Maggie ambition: to be a court stenographer Sandra Rotondo Robert Rushton James White Russell Jim ambition: to be good at whatever I do activities: marching, con- cert, and jazz band. 79 Anne Marie Rylance Ann ambition: to work with computers John F. Sabbagh ambition: to travel around the world Joanne Alice St. Laurent ambition: to go to work and get married Tom Salafia ambition: to lead a life of music David Samra Timothy C. St. Paul Tim ambition: to be a physical education teacher and coach activities: football — co- captain, baseball, track Kevin Salois 80 Stephen Sanford Hoagy ambition: To be an elec- trical engineer and build lots of things activities: cross country, indoor track, spring track, honor society, bicentennial, workshop. John Sapia Jack ambition: state police activities: football, senior class play. Cindy Sapia Marie Jeanne Sarkis ambition: To be the best I can . . . "Time passes, a smile lingers on." activities: girls field hoc- key manager, home- room representative, ranger week, summer track, powder puff football Elaine J. Sapienza Linda A. Scandura Skinny ambition: I want to work with computers, activities: Softball Lynne Schelling ambition: To be happy in life. Carol R. Schwa rzenberg Swatzie ambition: To be happy in life, activities: co-captain of majorettes, band, french club, flag corps, honor society, senior class play. 81 Michael W. Scott Mike ambition: To go to college and make something of myself. Richard P. Sciuto Ricky ambition: To be success- ful, activities: yearbook staff, honor society, student congress. James V. Sharron activities: methuen high chorus, drama club. Thorn Shick "Fred" ambition: state trooper activities: football, track, yearbook staff, senior class play Elizabeth Sheehan Bette ambition: secretary Mark Siege I The Gull ambition: Go to college, activities: captain — soc- cer, captain — hockey, spring track. ambition: die. activities tional Lucie Simm Luc To live unti I I Donna Sirigos ambition: To marry Rick and be happy. yearbook, na- honor society, powder-puff, senior class play, band, stage band, bicentennial workshop, ranger staff. 82 Karen Smith ambition: To be a secre- tary and married, activities: drama club Robin Smith ambition: To be happy no matter what direction life takes me. activities: co-captain — soccer — hockey cheer- leaders, yearbook staff, cadet queen attendant, historian — honor soci- ety, student congress, powder-puff football. Memories and friends will never be forgotten. Brenda Somma Bren ambition: To be a secre- tary, activities: senior class play Joe Souza Budah Concetta F. Sousa Connie ambition: To become a secretary and book- keeper, activities: Spanish club, v. p. — business club, pep club Glenn D. Sprague ambition: To go to college and become an en- vironmental engineer, activities: ski team, golf team. Wanda M. Stanley ambition: To do what God wills in my life and let his light shine through me activities: art . . . good luck to all my great friends in 1977. Michael Stansfield Mike activities: distributive edu- cation 83 Glenn Szegedy ambition: art teacher Jean Theberge Jeannie ambition: to be a nurse Jane Marie Szostak ambition: to be a psychologist "Suicides", UMPH-WBWT, shin splints, two points for the other team, friends, enjoy life, activities: varsity field hockey and softball co-captains, basketball, senior class president, yearbook, junior boost- ers. Rosanne J. Tobacco Vince ambition: to be successful in art activities: art club, year- book staff, newspaper — art editor, pep club, italian club. Rhonda Thomas David Scott Timony ambition: to be a dentist activities: football, skiing Ronald M. Tomacchio ambition: to become a po- liceman activities: football F* gf 84 Elizabeth Ruth Stansits Little One ambition: To become a secretary and the world's greatest horse- back rider. activities: Play scenery . . . Wishing everybody the best of luck in the future . . . Joseph Stella Joe ambition: business agement man- Marianne Stravinskas Strings ambition: hope to go into early childhood educa- tion. activities: field hockey, in- door track, spring track . . . Sometimes I wish I were a child again — skinned knees are easier to fix than broken- dreams . . . Michael A. Strozza Richard Stravinskas Strings ambition: Go to college and become a P.E. teacher, activities: x-country, win- ter and spring track. Rosemarie J. Stumpo Dennis Suslavich Sudsy ambition: automotive me chanic 85 Donna L. Towler ambition: to become a unique artist activities: art club, spring-winter track, play scenery. Ronald J. Tremblay ambition: funeral director activities: soccer, wres- tling, deca. Robert James Tompkins Bob ambition: to do something in marine biology activities: winter track, spring track, honor so- ciety, house of repre- sentatives. . p* • H .i 2 Susan Torres Sue ambition: to be successful in the field of business activities: rifle squad, 3 years Spanish club, 1 year bicentennial work- shop. James Tremblay Jim Susan L. Tremblay Kate "How do you know I'm mad, said Alice, "You must be," said the cat, or you wouldn't be here." activities: drama club, chorus. 86 Tom Tremblay Michael Trussell Eric Tsakle activities: science club, computer club, Spanish honor society. Nancy J. Tuminowski Nance ambition: to be happy activities: flag corps, ma- jorettes, Spanish club Joseph Tudisco Tud ambition: to get ahead in life and make some- thing of myself, activities: soccer Joseph Vaiknoras } Brian Valliere Bri ambition: to be an air force pilot activities: baseball, sci- ence club, math club. Alan W. Veit Al ambition: to go to Lowell University and major in math, activities: jazz band, con- cert band, marching band. 87 88 James Worster Jim ambition: to be wealthy activities: deca Lawrence Wozniak John G. Wrobel Wrobs ambition: to serve in the army activities: cross-country, winter and spring track, cadets. Robert E. Zacharias Zac activities: football, hoc- key, baseball. Lorraine M. Zakia Laurie ambition: to be a famous author. 89 ^^^ J SSI ^kk - J^k V J ~^^M - . M 1 i Jtk .:<f*& Mi W ' *M r •* ■§ »* * 4*fi B^igP^-- W^ ^^^l RS\ JQ, 91 SUPERLATIVES 92 93 KING & QUEEN Kevin Salois Jane Willman 94 BEST DRESSED Lynne Auclair Dave Nastasia VENUS & APOLLO MOST FRIENDLY Sean Sullivan Winnie Leonard Pete O'Connell Cathy Castiglione 95 BRUTE & BABYFACE FLIRT & CASSANOVA John DeFusco Nancy Martin Karen Manning Thorn Shick 96 MUTT & JEFF MUTT & JEFF Elizabeth Stansits Gregg Edwards Margret Rose 97 MOST TALKATIVE CLASS CLOWNS Linda Motta Joe Vaiknoras Gina Neve Jim Abdalla 98 CLASS ACTOR & ACTRESS MEXICAN ATHLETES Cory Palmer Jack Sapia Dru Craven MOST ATHLETIC ■ Dru Craven Mark Gauvin Celeste Lippe Jack Beg ley 99 DONE MOST FOR THE SCHOOL Rick Corso Deb Waitkevitch MOST SHY Mary Ann Maglia Jim Sharron 100 9 , ^3 The members of the Class of 1977 wish to thank our Class Advisor, Mr. David Whiting, for giving so much of his time to make our senior year one full of fond memories. We hope next year's class will appreciate his dedication as much as we have. We wish him good luck and happiness in all he does. THANKS. 101 102 L - Organizations 103 STUDENT CONGRESS c House of Representatives Bor^pTiS^ond Gina^ve.^' "^ ^^ ^ ^^ Marianne Strovinskos, Maura Flannagan, Nancy Martin, Robin Smith, Student Senate Senior members: Linda Adams, Leilah Kearny, Debbie Wait- kevitch, Richard Scuito, Peter Mokus, and Rick Corso. Student Senate Officers Rick Corso — President, Dave Cormier — Vice President, Pat Tahan, Sue Ayott, Kenney Wil- f&ym 7 w/'H 104 CLASS OFFICERS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Cindy Sapia, Jane Szostak, Doug Bolduc, Lynne Auclair JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Donna Mellor, Lisa Griskevitch, Brenda Lee, Beth Donovan SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Regina Danahy, Nina Giles, Deidre Heggarty, Maureen Halloran 105 Y^l»v- vs--7^ ^^*W«»r;r; *t * -*t t*>^ \- c tOB^ «■**" - ~* «* « «&%jfo&K f H *• «,? tf * MHS MARCHING BAND ■ 106 Band Officers From left to right: Dave Faucher, Jim Russell, Ross Garofalo, Karl Reidl, and Lucie Simm. Senior members: Alan Viet, Dave Kearny, Laurel Dolloff, Dave Faucher, Carl Ehramjian, Tom Mosson, Mark Castiglione, Ross Garofalo, Lucie Simm, Jim Russell, and Brenda Nighten- gale. 107 Senior members: Carol Feugil and Carol Schwarzenberg. ^^^^^F MAJORETTES I 108 FLAG CORPS Senior Members: Kathy Danahy and Nancy Tuminowski — captain. Senior members: Susan Torres, Ellen Mercer, and Colleen Riley. RIFLE SQUAD Kathy Nancy 109 CHORUS Senior members: Joyce Arivella, Susan Tremblay, Jimmy Sharon, Mike Pauk, Jill Marquis, Donna Appleyard, Linda LaFrenier, and Cheryl Kissinger. 110 CADETS a ii v i 1 \ / .♦Wpft, v. ft ■) Senior members: Chris Morency, John Wrobel, Dan Gagnon, missing; Chuck Boddy. Cadet Queen And Attendants Sue Cleary Lynne Auclaire Robin Smith RANGERETTES Senior members: Joann Mundry, Debbie Waitkevitch, and Beth Kolifrath. 11 1 ART CLUB Senior members: Genie Lamey, Rosanne Tobacco, Judy Michaud, Donna Towler, Lori McKenzie, and Gary Joaquin. Officers: Gary Joaquin, Lori McKenzie, Judy Michaud, Rosanne Tobacco and Mrs. Durham. 1 12 JUNIOR BOOSTERS Senior members: Marianne Stravinskas, Sandra Lavoie, Nancy Martin, Jane Szostak, Celeste Lippe, Maura Flannagan Eileen Menihane Tricia Nelson and Nancy Burns. ' Officers: Maura Flannagan, Tricia Nelson, Nancy Burns, Eileen Menihane. 113 DRAMA CLUB Senior members: Brenda Nightengale, Ana Carito, Susan Tremblay, Mary Drago, Brenda Klier, Jim Sharon, Brian Bretton, and Jill Marquis. Officers: Brion Bretton, Billy Gould, Irene Bagdoian, Jill Marquis, and Mrs. Hovanasian. 1 14 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Senior members: Ralph Belorado, Ross Garofalo, Frank Foderaro, Nancy Burns, Karen McGrail, Brenda Nightengale, Allen Brown, Gerard Plouffe, Robert Rushton, Sheila Heggarty, Kathy Danahy, Jane Szostak, Celeste Lippe, Rick Scuito, Lucie Simm, Carol Schwarzenberg, Nancy Martin, Ellen Mercer, Lucille Cartelli, Mariann Maglia, Laurel Dolloff, Linda Adams, Linda Harvey, Rick Corso, Debbie Waitkevitch, Kim Cottone,Leilah Kearny, and Robin Smith. Officers: Robin Smith, Wendy Garabedian, Kim Cottone, Leilah Kearny, and Debbie Waitkevitch. 115 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Senior members: Michael Stansfield, Ronnie Trembly, Joyce Arrivella, Nancy Deluca, Peter Viens, Gilbert Dedeus, James O'Sullivan, Linda Marsden, Valerie McKone, Susan Marcinkevich, Beth Kolifrath, Susan Roberts, Betsy Groves, Cheryl Matton, Sherry Lamot, John Collins, James Dagati, Mike Strozza, Marie Messina, Susan Migninelli, Rosann DaGraca, Joy Bevington, Deborah Lacroix, Jean Bell, Dru Craven. METHUEN HA M jAans M5.95 MCTHUEN LACROSS SHIRTS 599 116 PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Senior members: Allen Brown, Eric Tsckle, Peter Makus, Lori Otis. Advisors: Miss Marie Grille ond Mr. Leo Constantineau. 117 PEP CLUB Senior members: Doug Bolduc, Rosann Tobacco, Linda Deasy, Kathy Nicolosi. Officers: Lisa O'Clair, Kelly Golan, Doug Bolduc, Carol Barbin. 118 ■■■1 SCIENCE CLUB Senior members: Peter Makus, Gerard Plouffe, Robert Rushton, Eric Tsakle, Michael Nowell, Allen Brown, Craig Haskell. I Officers: Eric Tsakle, Craig Haskell, Robert Rushton. 1 19 COMPUTER CLUB Seniors: Peter Makus, Robert Rushton, Girard Plouffe, Eric Tsakle; Micheal Nowell, Allen Brown. 120 FIGURE SKATING CLUB ■■■■■■■■■ Seniors: Brenda Gagnon, Karen Coco, Nancy Martin, Maura Flannagan, Shirley Lambert, Mary Drago, Cory Palmer. 121 FRENCH CLUB Officers: Denise Belleveau, Anna Contarino, Brenda Lee, Wendy Garabedian, Miss Dufresne — Advisor. 122 ITALIAN CLUB Senior members: Dan Deschane, Anna Maria Carito, Mary Drago. Officers: Donna Carito, Anna Maria Carito, Mary Drago, Alfred Barbagallo. 123 SPANISH CLUB Senior members: Ann DiBenedetto, Sheila Hegarty, Kathy Nicolosi, Linda Harvey, Joyce Finnegan. r ? Officers: Cathy Sullivan, Leslie Despres, Sheila Hegarty, Ann DiBenedetto. 124 SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 125 GERMAN CLUB Senior members: Brenda Klier, Peter O'Connell. Officers: Timothy Pelczar, Helga Reidal, Brenda Klier, Peter O'Connell. 126 Mark Gauvin invades the wilderness. THE SENIOR PLAY mm A GREAT SUCCESS It is unlikely that our assembly hall or the auditorium at Tenney has ever witnessed a senior play so professionally done as this year's, 'The Marriage Bit.' The hard work and endless hours of frustration that were put into this play came through very clear in the final production. This play takes place at the B rinds ley Class of 1977. The story concentrates on the responsibili- ties of marriage. The leading man Jeff, who is played by Mark Gauvin, plans to propose to his girlfriend Kristin, Dru Craven. Before he has a chance to pop the question, Mark's roommate Fuzzy, who is J im Abdulla, tries to talk him out of proposing by explaining to him the responsibili- ties and problems that come with love. F uzzy also persuades Kristin's roommate Imogene, as played by Laurel Dollof, into telling Kristin not to accept th e proposal. Throughout the play, Kristin and Jeff consider married life through a series of flashbacks and trips into the future. A large part of the play consists of these humorous predicaments of what J eff and K ristin's married life may be like. Back at the prom, in a final effort, Fuzzy succeeds in talking Jeff out of proposing to Kristin. In the meantime , Fuzzy has grown fond of Imogene, and in a hilariously ironic scene, Fuzzy unbelievably asks Imogene for her hand in marriage. continued op page 5 Nation's Outstanding Teens Turned Off To Turning On If today's outstanding teens are on a trip, it's by train, plane or car because they're really turned off to turning on. In the latest nationwide survey of 23,900 top teens listed in"Who's Who Among American High School Students," 88 percent of those polled classify alcohol and drugs as dangerous. These kids appear to be practicing what they preach since more than half have never had a drink. This contrasts sharply with the 1972 survey, when 85 percent of the students had tried some kind of alcoholic beverage. Whether or not they think drinking, smoking and drugs will impair their ability to perform is open toconjecture. But there's one thing for sure-these teens are down on highs. Apparently they're not about to jepardize their outstanding stance. According to the survey, 80 percent have never smoked cigarettes and 11 percent have quit. That means that almost everyone must be taking the Surgeon General's warnings seriously. Drug u se, too, is down significantlyamong this year's survey group. Some 89 percent have never used any drugs and 11 percent have only tried marijuana. This is a considerable difference from 1972, when almost 30 percent of the teens were using drugs, including the hard stuff. Legalizing marijuana doesn't turn on the majority of these kids, either. Sixty-four percent are against giving grass the legal go-ahead, a 10 percent jump since 1973. At the same time, better than half (54 percent) agree that marijuana has become an accepted part of teenlifestyle. This doesn't mean, however, that the teens want to be part of and party to the stuff. In fact, 86 percent maintain they will not go to parties where other students drink and use drugs. Although a vast majority of these teens are quick to declare that their attitudes about drugs and drinking are strictly their own, parental influence may have quietly crept into the picture. For example, 47 percent of those students asked have parents who don't drink (57 percent of the parents do). Some 59 percent of the parent either disapprove or don't know their children drink. And, 86 percent of the parents do not use drugs . If we read the figures correctly, today's high achievers, slated to be tomorrow's leaders, will lend a sober and reassuring presence to the American scene in the next decade. 127 CHEERLEADERS Senior members: Mary Rae Matron, Leilah Kearny, Laura Griskevich. Senior members: Robin Smith, Sheila Hegarty. 128 129 Yearbook First Row: Nancy Martin, Kim Cottone, Tom Shick, Corey Palmer, Gina Neve, Jane Szostak; Second Row: Linda Harvey, Frank Foderaro, Rosanne Tobacco, Sheila Hegarty, Deb Waitkewich, Robin Smith, Lucie Simm, Laurel Doloff, Dru Craven; Third Row: Mary Rae Matton, Sue Cleary, Lynn Auclair, Peter O'Connell, Celeste Lippe, Debbie Haidachuk, Richard Sciuto. Laurel Doloff Editor-in-Chief 130 Peter O'Connel Sheila Hegarty Dru Craven Special Thanks Kathy Danahy, Carol Harvey 131 Heidi Neff Kim Cottone Judy Landry Lucie Simm — Business Manager Robin Smith Lynne Auclair, Susan Cleary 132 Celeste Lippe Tom Shick Robyn Reitano Mary Rae Matton Frank Foderaro Rick Sciuto Jane Szostak 133 134 ft ; ».ie|^ $»; ••£* W .*iw - r 7 7 ' jar Left to Right: Front Row — P. Kenney, W. Holden, S. Panto, Doug Allen, J. Tremblay, J. DeFusco, W. Arcidiacono, R. Kamal, R. Parker. Back Row — G. Morin, D. Mullin, T. Roberge, J. Sapia, R. McEneaney, M. Faro, R. Zachiaris, P. Strozza, F. Riley. FOOTBALL K Jfr«M , -«s mt r<i fc-. jU #.. i* »<=&&*£ .( Left to Right: Front Row — T. Shick, J. DeFusco, J. Pritts, A. Hoehn, S. Nazarian, P. Love, R. Tomacchio, W. Laliberty. Back Row — J. Ventre, S. Sullivan, J. Finochiaro, P. Carver, K. Tarr, T. St. Paul, W. Rainville. 136 137 FIELD HOCKEY ^ ■ 0^*W(1 - Seniors: Front Row — Jane Szostak, Gail Ganem. 2nd Row — Winnie Leonard, Eileen Menihane, Nancy Burns, Tricia Nelson. 138 ■iniBiii;!!!?- ^jfjiiiiiiiif!!!!: Captains: Gail Ganem, Jane Szostak ... ■ 139 1977 SOCCER TEAM Coach: Mike Sorter, Tri-Captains: Mark Siegal, Peter O'Connell, David Gordon. 140 141 VOLLEYBALL 142 143 CROSS COUNTRY TRACK 144 145 BOYS' BASKETBALL GIRLS' BASKETBALL Left to Right: Captain Celeste Lippe, Coach Mimi Stott, Captain Gail Ganem. 148 1ft. \1\ V I ™i ■ ^-*t * mM 1% « 1 n ■ 1 "• 'ifl % \ L J 1 a m \m | _^b r «■•/ 1 ^ ■^ M^m . ^y ;. £ k^ mp T Left to Right: Tricia Nelson, Heidi Neff, Gail Ganem, Susan Marcinkevich, Celeste Lippe, Jane Szostak. 149 1977 ICE HOCKEY Coaches: William Cullen, Bruce Parker, Joseph Robillard Tri-Captains: Stephen Nazarian, John Begley, Michael Rosentrater. 150 151 BOYS' GYMNASTICS GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 155 B O Y S W I N T E R T R A C K 156 157 GIRLS' WINTER TRACK 158 159 WRESTLING TEAM Methuen 8 No. Andover 62 Methuen 36 Hamilton Wenham 30 Methuen 4 Chlemsfold 64 Methuen 10 Triton 60 Methuen 10 Dracut 55 Methuen 37 Whittier Voc. 30 Methuen Billerica 63 Methuen 27 Westford 38 Methuen 36 Andover 30 Methuen 49 Georgetown 18 Methuen 27 Shawsheen Tech. 36 Methuen 21 No. Reading 42 Methuen 29 Haverhill 36 Methuen 31 Ayer 30 Methuen 12 Lawrence 34 Methuen 16 Pentucket 52 Three wrestlers placed in the Sectional Tournament: Bill Gould, 2nd place; Mike Piftera, 3rd place; Mike Trussell, 4th place. Also Bill Gould third in the State Tournament. 161 SOFTBALL Coach: Mimi Stott Seniors . . . Gina Neve, Jane Szostak, Heidi Neff, Karen McGrail. ™A I 162 \ 163 SPRING TRACK Coach Roger Fuller 164 165 BASEBALL e* ^ 166 167 168 169 GIRLS' TENNIS Coach: Miss Sheryl Allen Captains: Celeste Lippe, Nancy Martin ' ZmP 170 Vflfffffffi CJ9MMMMM* r.fffSi 4 y BOYS' TENNIS it Vv , / *■ V.-* - William Brouch, John Begley, Donald Mullin. 172 173 SPECIAL EVENTS 174 175 POWDER PUFF FOOTBALL 176 177 178 DANCES 179 180 c H O R U ^*^ -**#■ 181 182 //• THE MARRIAGE BIT" by David Rogers Produced by arrangement with the DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Chicago Jeff Mark Gauvin Kristen Dru Craven Fuzzy Jim Abdullah Imogene Laurel Dolloff Fred — Secretary- Announcer Frank Golio Marcia — Girl 1&8 Linda Harvey Gordon — Detective Tom Mosson John, Future Senior Bill Russell John's Date — Typist-Girl 2 Laura Griskevich Brendan — T.V. Director-Model Chuck Bogannam Diana — Girl 4 Darlene Deschene Sue Ann Donna Appleyard Louella . . -^^^^H •»• Alice Ratcliffe Lola — Moviegoer Cathy Castiglione Harold's Date — Girl 5 Mary Drago Lawrence's Date — Girl 6 Joyce Dube Carol — Girl 7 Brenda Nightengale Japanese Girl Leilah Kearny Swedish Girl — Madam Coubission Mary Rae Matton Uniformed Girl — Chief of Social Workers Brenda Klier Father Dave Kearny Grandmother Deb Waitkevitch Movie Star Karl Reidl Leading Lady Lynne Auclair Alvin -w Mr''\ Ross Garafolo Mother Jill Marquis First Savage — Mr. Livingston Dave Faucher Second Savage — Stretcher Bearer Paul Love Third Savage — Stretcher Bearer Jack Sapia Lawrence — Herbert R. Jr Don Mullin Old Lady Karen Coco Lord Methuen — Bailiff Peter Makus Minister Rick Scuito Carol's Date % Frank Foderaro Mrs. Livingston Colleen Riley Doorman-Dancer Tom Shick Dancer Mark Childs Harold jfcta*: Brian Murphy — PROMPTERS — Judy Michaud Carol Schwarzenberg Lucy Simm ■■< Beth Kolifarth DIRECTOR .• Mrs. Shirley Hovanasian ASSISTANT DIRECTORS Mr. Bruce Hiscock Miss Ann Marie Fiorella Mrs. Ann Marie Krusell Miss Gayle Rousseau Miss Barbara Kilcarr Miss Joyce Contarino Mr. Milton Lebowitz Mr. Arthur Sharkey Mr. John Sieg Mr. David Whiting Student Director Bryan Bretton Senior Class Advisor Mr. David Whiting 184 ** t ' v ■U 1 ^ 1 "' t ft^ 1 1. KM 185 186 187 188 189 AWARDS DAY '77 ■ "^ V ^3J ^tw '~^l w * r^^l W> m* " M I ■ ^ * * — ■ m ^^^ *i«P? ^E^R -* ~" ■■ : :::0M ^^M n 1 191 If you have built castles in the air, Your work need not be lost; That is where they should be. Now put foundations under them. * Though this is the end of our high school years, it is the beginning of new experiences. Many of us will be going on to further our education, while others will seek employ- ment. Most of us have goals and dreams that we are work- ing towards. These goals give meaning to life and make life worth living. While striving to achieve our goals each day, we all have the hope that in the future our dreams will come true. As we go through life, we will meet many obstacles that will hinder our progress and keep us from doing what we have set out to do. There will be people who will have little faith in us and will discourage us. We must not let these people drag us down. Instead we should turn toward those who do have faith in our goals and who offer love and encouragement. No matter how impossible our dreams may seem to be, we should have the determination to work hard to make them come true. Many people are content to settle for the achievement of one goal, and then they just sit back and let life pass by without ever setting new goals, without trying to improve themselves in any way. As we go through life, we should continually set new goals for ourselves and keep working hard to achieve these goals. Only then will our lives have meaning and be worthwhile. Although it may seem difficult to reach our goals, we must never stop hoping that our dreams will someday come true. Good luck to all of you in achieving your goals. Thank you. 192 THE CLASS HISTORY OF 1977 It was like the sun setting on a life to which we could never return. In June 1974, we would emerge from the Ju- nior High School's protective shell and be faced with the reality of High School life in the fall. Gina Neve closed out our Junior High days with a bang by knocking over one of the speakers at graduation ceremonies. The next year found us at Tenney High, the place where the students were big and mean and the teachers had to use whips in their classes. Soon we found out this wasn't so. We got into the swing of things quickly and before we knew it, we had elected our class officers — They were: Mark Childs — Pres. Kathy Danahy — Vice-Pres. Linda Lafrenier — Sec. and Lynn Auclair — Treas. We also had our pull in the student council with our representatives: Debbie Waitkevich, Leilah Kearny, Linda Adams, Robin Reitano and Richard Corso. That was a great year with leaky roofs, running from seniors, and trying to find out which of our teachers were "Push overs". It was also the first year of the state tourney for the Soccer team which included some members of our class: Peter O'Connell, Craig Haskell, Manny DeDeus, Dave Gordon and Kevin Salois. The end of the year came for us with the ordering of our school rings and the promise of a new High School at last in the fall. Our Junior year started a bit late, which nobody seemed to mind at all. In fact, it wasn't until late October that we began classes. At first the new building was a bit confus- ing, but the kids adapted quickly to the myriad of colors and room locations. Although most of the students knew their way to classes within a day or two, the Confusing new building was still a good excuse for being late to class. Again, we elected new class officers. This time Jane Szostak was elected Pres. Douglas Bolduc — Vice-Pres., Lynn Auclair — Sec. and Lucy Simm — Treas. Our repre- sentatives in the student council were: Linda Adams, Leilah Kearny, Debbie Waitkevich, and Richard Corso. In the Fall, our Powder Puff team led by incomparables Gina Neve, Sue Marcinkevich and Winnie Leonard beat the skirts of the senior girls, shutting them out 8 to 0. Our Soccer team did just as well as they had the previous year. With the help of Peter O'Connell and Mark Archanbault, they again qualified for state competition with a record of 8-4-4. Joe Vaiknoras was penalized for showing some brightness when he decided to shine a moon in the media center. By this time the students were taking full advan- tage of the activity areas for meeting with friends between and during classes. Some of the regulars were Cindy Sapia, Cathy Castiglione, Lynn Auclair, Paul Love, Jack Sapia and Bob Zacharias. Along with the activity areas, the carals in the media center which were meant for quiet study soon became sleeping areas. Carl Ehramjian under the guidance of Mr. Isadore was chosen Drum Major of the Band in this his Junior year. The Cadets with 1st Sargeant Dan Gagnon, training Sargeant Chuck Boddy and John Wrobel captured the New England Championship. While most of the sports teams fared rather well, the Volleyball team in its 1st season led by Captain Gina Neve qualified for the state tournament. With a record of 15-1 and the help of Juniors Winnie Leonard, Gina Neve, Judy Landry, Heidi Neff, Gail Ganem, Karen McGrail, Celeste Lippe, Linda Scandora and Jane Szostak, the softball team captured the Merrimack Valley Championship for the 3rd time. The Golf Team also had an outstanding season while Casey Crompton topped things off by winning the State Individual Golf Championship. With the first graduating class of Methuen High School leaving in May of 76, we took over as the seniors in charge. We started right in by returning to the under- classmen some of the treatment we had received from 193 former seniors. Unfortunately our senior year started right on time in September. Newly elected class officers were Jane Szostak — Pres., Doug Bolduc — Vice-Pres., Lynn Auclair — Sec. and Cindy Sapia — Treas. Debbie Waitkevich then became Pres. of the Honor Soci- ety. This year on the Student Senate were Linda Adams, Peter Makus, Leilah Kearney, Richard Sciuto, Debbie Wait- kevich and Richard Corco. The Seniors won the Powder Puff game with a score of 6-0. Jimmy Abdullah donned his best skirt for the occa- sion. The band highlighted the year for the music depart- ment by finishing second in the Mass. State Competition. Of our four years in High School, this was perhaps the most successful season for many of the sports' teams. The Cross Country team captained by Tim Lawton, Mike Janowski, and Richard Stravinskas had another outstand- ing season. They were MVC Champs, Division 3 Champs, Mass. Conn. Team Champs and they also won the North- ern Area Meet. With the coming of fall the eager Football team captained by Tim St. Paul and John DeFusco seemed sure to be victorious, but unfortunately things didn't turn out as planned. Late in the fall the Long Island sound Band had many of the Seniors dancing in the Assembly Hall. The advent of winter seemed to promise a good season for our sports teams. The Hockey team led by Steve Naza- rian, Mark Siegel, and Jack Begley had their first winning season. The Basketball team went through a season of de- velopment with Senior Captain Mark Childs. The Volleyball team again went to the states as did the girls' Basketball Team. Both the girls' and boys' Track Teams had very successful seasons. Marianne Stravinskas led the way for the girls while Dave Kay, Mike Janowski, Richard Stravinskas, and Frank Plantamura led the boys to victory in the Northern Area Meet. The Gymnastics teams also fared well. The Boys' team led by Peter O'Connell and Dave Faucher had a fine sea- son and the Girls under Cindy Sapia and Penny Hynes en- tered State Competition. We also continued to expand the Athletic Department with the addition of a Ski Team coached by Mr. Smith. Paul Healy along with Casey Crompton held the team together in its first season. With the coming of the Winter season special privileges were accorded to the seniors. The seniors demonstrated their ability to handle these new responsibilities. One of our more beloved seniors, Colleen Riley was accidentally* stranded in her wheelchair on the second floor of the build- ing during a Fire drill. Sorry Colleen. This leads us up to one of the most professional plays that will ever be held in our auditorium, The Marriage Bit. Seniors Jim Abdullah, Mark Gauvin, Dru Cravin, and Laurel Dolloff were given the chance to show their acting abilities. Incidentally, their capabilities proved to be far above average, and the play was a total success. Another social event on the calendar was the Emit Kel- ley Jr. Circus earlier in May. This was just one of the many inventive ways our year book staff had thought of to help raise money for the yearbook. This brings us to the Spring and the activities that come with it. Although, our spring sports teams seemed to be having a fine season the baseball team led the way qualify- ing for State Competition. With the passing of senioritis which we all know is a very serious unscholastic condition, we bring our high school years to a permanent closing. The pictures that were painted can't be dulled by the passing of time, instead the colors of experience will help to enlighten the future of the world into which we will venture. 194 THE CLASS WILL OF 1977 We, the senior class of 1977 being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath the following to friends, teachers and underclassmen. I, Chuck Boganum, leave my wiggle to whoever or what- ever can handle it. The seventh period English class in Se6 leave to Mr. Hallbauer TROG and a year's supply of ties to go with every suit that you own. I, Heidi, leave to Lucie N. V2 a beam. I, Carol leave to the Captain of the Majorettes all the hassles and grief that people can make for you. Don't give up; make the squad the best that you can. I, Gina, leave to Miss Cunningham my voice, arm, and a pack of cigarettes. We, the Barker Girls, leave Mezna our friendship. We, the Curly Brunette cast, leave to Mr. Melnicki an autographed picture of the cast. I, Judy, leave to Marie Bohne a golf ball and a superball. I, Lucie Simm, leave to Mitch Kearny all my saxophone skill, the memories of the past years in band, and Tom Riopelle for next marching season. If he gets out of line, just step on him! I, Jimmy Pritts, am in too much of a hurry leaving to leave anything to anybody. I, Debbie, leave to Mr. Salmansohn one win in tennis from Mr. Noiseaux. I, Pete O'Connell, leave to Mr. Molesso two sets of crushed ribs to be used on the next gymnastic's show. We, the senior class leave to the Juniors and Guidance Department ten more secretaries to mail out your college transcripts. We wish you the best of luck and nerves of steel. We, Karen McGrail and Tricia Nelson leave to Miss Bailey a whole bag of munchies. We, the students of M.H.S. leave to Cliff Mason 1,000 screaming fans to cheer him on at his gymnastics meets. I, Leilah will not leave to Mr. Francis any part of my years of vocabulary, grammar, comedy and humor be- cause I'll need them more than he will next year, but in- stead I leave to him many thanks. ■ I, Corey Palmer, leave to my sister Cheryle my spot in Mr. Herlihy's heart. I, Dan Gagnon, would like to leave to Mr. Sieg a "don't" and an arnadillo. We, the senior homeroom of ML6 wish to leave to Miss Benner one book entitled "How to be Stern with Your New Freshman Homeroom" Good Luck! We, the class of 1977, wish to leave to the class of 78 one can of white spray paint so that you too can leave your mark at Methuen High. Debbie D. and Joyce D. leave to "Howie" one squirt gun, one birthday party and an unfinished tape of the Boston Tea Party. I, Eileen, leave to Mr. Hughes someone who can consis- tently throw 90 feet with the javelin. I, Darlene, leave to Mr. Salmansohn one pair of multi- colored socks to make sure you always match. I, Alice Ratcliff, will just have to leave to Sue Ann my dress maker's number, darling! We, the seniors of Mr. Fradette, leave him a new set of jokes because his old ones are so corny. I, Peter O'Connell, leave to my brother Stephen the name "Oakie" and all the priveleges entitled to that name. We, Mr. Russell's first period physics class leave next year's physics students a drawer full of airplanes and 20 compositions on areodynamics. We, Mr. Jenning's D level class leave him new strings for his violin and our sieve-like minds. Enjoy!!! To Mr. Herlihy from D Level, a book entitled "101 Things to do with your Eyebrows." I, Jack Begley, leave to the Tribune one picture of my crooked back hand with gritted teeth. I, Chuck Boddy, leave my collection of books on wars and their heros to anyone who will take them. I, Mark Childs, leave to Bill Arcidianconno my fierce growl that will scare any opponnent, and that is about all. I, John DeFusco, leave to Mr. Francis one very firm handshake to greet next year's students. We, Debbie, Darlene, Linda, Jayne and MaryRae leave to Mr. Melnicki all our love. The seniors in Mr. Sieg's A Level class wish to promote him for Captain Mathematics to Major Mathematics. To Mr. Russell from period one physics class, new Slin- keys in place of the four we broke in one lab period. I, Jane Szostak, leave to Miss Cunningham what she gave to me "high hopes." We, the members of Mr. Z's 7th period class leave to him a complete set of records of the Human Physiology book so he won't have to read from it everyday. I, Eileen, leave Mr. Francis anyone who will put up with his jokes for three years. Linda, MaryRae, Laurel, Darlene, and Joyce leave Mrs. Moody one pack of cigarettes to smoke when your daugh- ter is not around. We, Dru and Robyn leave Mr. Don Smith one map of Gloucester and a disconnected microphone for his next field trip. We, Mr. Salmonsohn's E Level class leave to him a dic- tionary to find words to take the place of his "Urns." We, the soccer and hockey cheerleading captains, Robin and Sheila, leave to next year's captains a lot of patience which they will need. We, Mr. Sieg's last period Prob. and Stat. Class leave him a bunch of clowns to make next year as interesting as this year. 195 The senior homeroom of SC-1 1 leaves to Mr. Fuller an incoming freshmen class and a prayer hoping they will be as good as we were. We, Cathy, Jayne, and Ann leave to Mrs. Steele three more on time, studious students like us. I, Frank Foderaro leave to the future Honor's English classes a book with 100 vague, hazy, and nebulous answers. We, the girls, leave to Billy, Helga, Debbie, Dot, Michelle, Mike, Mitch and Chris the "Luc-Mobile" to be used only when partying. We, Sue Geary, Lynne Auclair, Mary Ann Maglia, and Leilah Kearny being somewhat sound leave, our boat, fish- ing poles, picnic basket and one wet newspaper to Mr. Francis in case he gets the urge to go fishing. I, Jimmy Abduallah, alias Fuzzy, leave one wormy apple and one pressed tie to next year's Senior Class Play star. I, Diane Azzarelli, leave Florence many fond memories of months past. I, Cindy Barbin, leave my smile to posterity. I, Ralph Bellorado, leave Joe Vaiknoras good reason! To Donna, Cathy, and Cindy; we, Ann, Deb, and Cindy leave to Mrs. Steel one "Oh Man" and an extra sheet of paper to stick under your typewriter. I, Debbie Guilmet, leave to Kathy Ford the best of luck now and in the on coming years. We, the students of Mr. Z's G level class wish to leave him alone!!! We, Timmy, Don, Steve, Russel, Dave, Jim, Bob, Jack, Casey, Mark, and Jim leave to Oscar a complete album of Lotion Garrolls sical, fickle and capricious females which he can spoil pamper and mollycoddle. I, Nancy Tuminoski, leave to Carl Ehramjian one surfboard for making waves for me. To Nancy from Carl — thanks for the surfboard; I needed the ride. We, Jim D. and John C, leave to Mr. Herlihy one tux and one swirl painted ceiling. We, Mr. Lebowitz's first and second period classes leave to him one cup of the cafe's coffee. If that doesn't keep you awake, nothing will! I, Kim Cortone, leave my distraught nervous system to Mr. Zim's next year's anatomy classes. We, Laura and Leilah leave to next years co-captains for football and basketball one evil eye to use on the squad. I, Donna Lemire, leave to the future commander of Cadets my job with 2,000 excused absence forms. I, Jack Sapia, having a far from sound mind but having a terrific body leave my title as Mexican Athlete to any one who can fulfill the requirements as well as I did. I, Linda Motta, leave my unique laughter and bosterious voice to Nancy Burns, a worthy cause. We, the members of the Senior Class Play leave to "MA, Bruce, Milty, both Anne Maries, Uncle Dave, Joyce, Bar- bara and John losts of love and kisses. To J. Smith from 6th period Junior English class-some funny jokes, a bunch of carrots and one "Oh my Gord" for ole time's sake. I, Jayne, leave to Mrs. Dorner and Miss Demers one competent business student to share. We, the senior girls in DN1 leave to Kevin Tarr our table so next year his fan club can meet him in the corner every day. " ^^^ I, Colleen Riley, leave my wheel mobile to any other ail- ing case. I, Steve Sanford leave to Mr. Fuller and Mr. Hughes my uninhabitable track shoes. I, Donna Appleyard, leave to Mr. Francis a book of "Born Male", but mistakes will happen. I, Imogene, leave to Fuzzy Ingrid, have fun. I, Rosanne Tobacco, leave to Kathy one life size of Mark to do whatever she will. We, the cast of the "Marriage Bit" leave to Brian Bret- ton one extra hand for backstage. We, Mr. S's Behavioral Science Class leave to him 2001 T.V. papers to correct over the summer. I, Ann Maria Carito leave to Mr. Francis one chocolate cake and this time a knife to cut it. I, Leilah, leave to Cathy Castiglione one single boy from Japan. ik I, Carol leave to Mr. Isadore, Brenda, to keep up the tradition of having to fake our wake through concerts and band rehearsals. The departing members of the Student Senate wish to leave to the new members of the Senate one more secre- tary like Pat to remind you of your unexcused absences and one more vice president just like Dave to tell you that you did not raise your hand before speaking. I, Debbie Waikevitch, leave to the Range rette Trick Drill Teams of the future another undefeated season. We, Mr. Smith's F level Geography class leave to him a one year's subscription to Newsweek Magazine for his reading pleasure. Mr. Jenning's G level class, not realizing how fortunate enough to have him, leave to him two pretty whim — We, the two o'clock club at M.H.S., leave to Mr, Stasio and Mr. Clayman writer's cramp, and see how you like it!!! To our greatest asset and friend, the senior class leaves its gratitude to Mr. Whiting for all that he has done. To Mr. Timony, the class of 1977 leaves all our appreci- ation for your enthusiasm and concern which has made our senior year complete. In closing, the Senior Class of 1977 leaves with many fond memories of the past and a bright outlook for the future. ,« CLASS PROPHECY Well, it's finally ready for printing. **l sure hope Time editors think so. **What more could they want from two people who have volunteered a year of their time to look up their fellow high school classmates — all 397 of them? **Remember, Jane, they did pay for all our plane tickets and personal necessities. **This is true. If it hadn't been for Time's associate editor Dave L'Ecuyer, this project would never have gotten under way. **lt was a worthwhile project, too. We got to travel and at the same time see how people change. **l_et's go over it one more time be- fore we present it to the top brass. **O.K. In June of 1977, 397 teen-agers graduated from Methuen High School. Ten years later Jane Szostak and Judy Lancry traveled the world with intentions of interviewing each member of that class. Their findings are as follows: **Many of the gradu- ates stayed in Methuen and the surrounding towns. **Af- ter several years of working at MacDonald's Rick Corso is now co-owner of the MacDonald Corporation. One of his devoted patrons is Linda Adams who always brings her husband Todd and their seven kids. **Debbie Dimmock married Kevin Feole and together they are successfully managing Bea's. **Because he was locked in Market Bas- ket so many times, Paul Favreau was made the head night security officer. He enjoys the job because there's never anyone around to bother him. While working on her latest suspense novel, Lorraine Zakia is head librarian at the Methuen library. **Nancy Galloway, Cathy Castiglione, Susan Eaton, and Nancy Martin are secretaries for many of the top businessmen in the Greater Lawrence area. Each says her job not only allows her to meet people but also enables her to raise a family. **Doug Allen is busy driving an Appleyard school bus. He brings the kids to school where they are taught by Joy Bevington and Debbie Gin- gras at the elementary level. At the high school level Rosanne Tobacco is teaching art, Ann DiBenedetto is in the Spanish Department, and Chris Morency is the history coordinator. ****Ricky Sciuto is Methuen's newly elected Town Administrator. He has promised the townspeople that he'll make Methuen a more exciting town on Friday and Saturday nights. ** Mark Chi Ids is a member of the school committee and he hopes to put walls in the "Met- huen Country Club," alias M.H.S. **Several of the gradu- ates have become lawyers. Linda Motta has a firm in An- dover. She has Sue Torres working as her legal secretary. Her latest case involves Heidi Neff. She's trying to legally change her name to Hildegarde Neffguntz. Donna Appleyard and Lori Nelson have set up a nursery school in Haverhill. Barbara Basso, Linda Albert, Thorn Bergeron and Steven Burns have sent their children there. ^Mar- garet Rose and Sue Ricard are social workers in Harlem. **Sharon McAvoy, Robin McMahon and Sheryl Holgate are the owners of a pet shop. **Jim Abdallah appears reg- ularly at the Chateau de Ville as a stand-up comedian. His audiences have given him many ovations. ** Veterinarian Doug Bolduc's office is in North Andover. He enjoys work- ing with animals. He says they understand his sense of humor. **The high school football team had its first unde- feated season under the coaching of Tim St. Paul. His as- sistant coaches are Oscar Hoehn and Bob Zacharias.**The New England Patriots chose John De- fusco to be a member of their team. Rumor has it that he's the highest paid player in the history of the Patriot fran- chise. **Some of the class of '77 went to Boston to seek their fortunes. Kathy Nicolosi founded the Mark Martin Fan Club. She has been president for the past ten years. Mark is flattered, but has been unable to attend any of the bi- monthly meetings. **Jim Kisiel and John Weir (who, inci- dentally, almost became a full-time English student at the high school, thanks to Mr. Herlighy,) are owners of an elite restaurant on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston. Business is booming. **Brenda Nighingale, Paula Paris, Diane Purdy, and Sharon MacDonald work as waitresses at their restaurant. Jim and John wanted Michael Gioseffi, Jim Doerr, and Paul Forcier to be waiters, but that threesome went to Hollywood to film the new version of the Three Stooges. Instead they hired Bob Tompkins, Dave April and Mike Rosentrater to serve the public. **Also in Hollywood is Linda Harvey. She's co-starring in a movie with Barbara Streisand. Linda says the movie is sure to be a hit. Her director is Frank Colio. He has Glen Gaudreau and Mike Pauk guiding the camera crew. **Mark Gauvin has begun practicing psychiatry in Denver, Colorado. Linda Deasy and Ellen Mercer have jointly opened their psychiatrist of- fices in New York. ** Also working in New York are Dru Craven and Robyn Reitano. They opened their own boutique. Mary Rae Matton, Sue Roberts, and Donna Joyal are working for them. **Barry Norton and Ralph Feole are truck drivers. On occasion they have delivered merchan- dise to Dru and Robyn's shop. **One of New York's top fashion designers is Lynne Auclair. Robin Smith and Blanca Mercado model all of Lynne's creations. **Robin married Dave Gordon who is now a star with the Boston Astros. **Another M.H.S. soccer standout, Mark Siegel, also plays for the Astors. **Because of her contribution to the success of the Emmett Kelley circus in Methuen, the company chose Laurel Doloff to be their new manager. **The horse act is under the direction of Rosemarie Stumpo. A big circus favorite is the clowns. Laurel has Joe Vaiknoras, Paul Love, and Jack Sapia keeping the audience in stitches. Larry Wozniak trains the African elephants. I 197 ** Because Karen Coco and Mary Drago enjoyed their roles as clowns so much in the 1977 ice show, they de- cided to go professional. They are now employed by the Barnum and Bailey circus. **Also working with that com- pany is Cliff Mason as a muscle man. Dan Burgess is. the animal trainer for that circus. **Several members of our class chose to serve our country in a military profession. Craig Haskell is a lieutenant in the Air Force. John Wrobel is now a sergeant in the Corps of Engineers in the Army. * *Beth Kolifrath is now in command of her own P-T boat. She was successful in recruiting Karen Nartiff, Marilyn Donahue, and Marie Pappalardo for her crew. **And Dan Gagnon and Carol Zilinsky have finally married. They started a cadet corps in a high school in Wyoming. **Now touring Europe with his newly formed orchestra is Dave Faucher. Dave Collier is his star drummer. Also in Europe is Jill Marquis. She's recording in London. Her last album was a million seller. **Recently the Gong Show announced they were haveing a short person contest. Entries were Barbara Jutras, Ann Baillargeon, Elizabeth Stansits, and Brenda Gagnon. When M.C. Peter Johnston announced a four-way tie, Joe Stella came out in his tuxedo and show- ered the winners with confetti. **Producer Bob Beaulieu is pleased with the ratings his Gong Show has been getting. Being the producer of such a show allows Bob to meet many interesting and unique people, such as Colleen Riley performing her famous wheelchair routine. **The big three in computer science, Bob Rushton, Peter Makus, and Gerry Plouffe, have developed a computer controlled undersea vessel which travels as fast as an aircraft. Unfortunately, their project has proved to be unsuccessful. When Mark Lonardo, Russ Consentino, and Jim Lister took the vessel for its test run, the computer short circuited and the vessel has been in dry dock ever since. **Washington, D.C. has several members of this class working there. Dave Lavoie, John Kelleher, and Bob Lutz are successful politicians. Paul Lamont writes for the Washington Post and Cheryl Kissinger is Secretary of State. She denies all rumors that her name got her the position. **Employed as secretaries in the capital are Karen Manning, Sharon Amante, Val McKone, Tammy Hapenny, Lynn Delehanty, and Debbie Raye. **Chuck Boddy opened a butcher shop in Springfield, Illinois. Some of Boddy's customers are Janet Rappaglia, Dave Cain, Arlene Poole, and Bill Brouck. **Gail Ganem owns a sporting goods shop. **Gail McNulty and Cheryl Hall have a used car lot in Alabama. '*Working for Wolfman Jack, Karen McGrail has estab- lished a radio station in Canada. Last year she was voted disc jockey of the year! Sound technicians at the station are Ed Jennings and Paul Healey. Allen Brown is another disc jockey in Canada. **ln Detroit, Michigan, station WXYZ has Karl Reidl as its anchor man for the six o'clock news. Carl Ehramjian is the meteorologist and Larry Lam- bert the sportscaster. At different times Larry has inter- viewed the following: track stars Tim Lawton, Mike Janowski, and Rick Stravinskas; golf pro Casey Crompton, Bruins goalie Joe Haddad; and Olympic gymnast Penny Hines. **Sun bathing on the Riviera outside their health spa are Michelle Vernis, Cindy Sapia, and Tracy Kenyon. Nearby, Paul and Mark Giroux have established a tourists' hotel. Marc Daine, Frank Dawson, Debbie Delucca, Cheryl Casey and Jeff Gagnon often stay there. **Located within the hotel is Sue Farelli's lounge. Working as waiters and waitresses are Sue Mignanelli, Debbie Moore, Mike Strozza, Cheryl Daigle, and David Copley. **Mike Nowell has opened a bar in Chicago. Jim Tremblay, his bouncer, spends much time in kicking out Mike O'Donnell and Jeff Pollard. Head bartender is Tom Salafia. **The first moon station was established by Eric Tsakle in 1983. Now living on the moon with him are Jim Worster, Ed Wlodyka, Karen Fram, and Marianne Stravinskas who holds the women's record for the shot put on the moon. **ln 1985 the NASA Space Center asked for volunteers for an experimental space project. The mission involved the independent oper- ation of a space lab for five years. Thus far the project, headed by Lucille Cartelli, has been very successful. Still in space orbiting the earth are Steve Ardizzone, Jim Ange, Sue Becotte, Mark Ayotte, Sue Buggea, John Fiore and Mary Lou Elias. **On a recent space walk Drex Fair and Joe Souza's life line broke. Today they're indefinitely sus- pended in space. **We were unable to talk with Rhonda Thomas, Karen Morgan, Deb Jabour, Ken Gross, Dave Hajjar, Scott Robichaud, and Henry Maronne because they've all gone to Mars. **They were led by scientists Jay Naylor and Ken Poublon. The group enjoys living on that planet. They are expecting another group to arrive, headed by Paul Kenney and Jeannie Lamy. **Gary Joaquin packed his bags and moved to Beverly Hills where he is employed by Walt Disney Productions in the animation de- partment. Amy Gallagher and Donna Towler also work there as cartoonists. **Lori McKenzie and Glen Szegedy are in Paris exhibiting their art work. They say they are inspired greatly by European trends. **Wand Stanley and her husband have settled down in Missouri and have started their own church. **Members of their congregation are Jean Theberge, Bill Sirigos, Betty Sheehan, Tom Tremblay, and Kevin McCall. **Steve Nazarian has opened a golf shop in Florida. He also owns a golf course with Russ O'Hanian. **Donna Lucier, Mary Ann De- srochers, Pam Maynard, and Rhonda Ricci are working down in Disney World. **Dave Nastasia founded a medical center in an underprivileged village in India. His medical staff consists of Brian Valliere, head surgeon, Adrienne Girogosian, x-ray technician, Dave Timony, dentist, Joanne 198 Mundry, occupational therapist, and Jim Russell, pharma- cist. Corey Palmer is the head nurse. Other nurses are Nancy Fluet, Ruby Garson, Nanci Delucca, and Cindy Joy. **President of TWA Airlines is Bill Laliberty. Joe Tudisco and Lynne Schelling are co-pilots on a 747. El lie Sapienze, Cindy Barbin, and Tina Kiessling are stewardesses for the airlines. **Glenn Sprague pilots a helicopter for the police force. His captain is Dennis Suslavich. Peter Viens is also on the police force. **Jane Wilman and Kevin Salois mar- ried and settled down in San Francisco. Mike Pittera is their milkman and Louis Hersch is their mailman. **Neil Carter has a vineyard in California and exports his better wines to France. He has Mark Castiglione, Danny Dechane, Bruce Crawford, and David Houle working in his fields. **Cathy Hebert and Debbie Haidachuck have a cafe in Dallas, Texas. Sean Sullivan and Tom Shick hold a summer foot- ball camp in Fort Worth, Texas. **Mike Stansfield is an executive businessman who travels all around the world. His secretarial staff is made up of Connie Sousa, Marie Sarkis, and Theresa Gosselin. Sue Marcinkevich assists Mike in any major business decisions. **Because of the continuous population explosion, Joe Gaidas has designed an underwater city. The main architects of the Atlantic Ocean city were Steve Getchell, Joe Faro, and Rom To- macchio. **Some of the first inhabitants of the complex were Linda Scandura, Caroline Feugill, Alan Veit, Joanne St. Laurent, and Mike Trussell. **Gred Edwards is the mayor of the city. Kim LaFrance is principal of the under- water high school. It seems the city is a huge success. Soon there will be another aqua-development in the Pacific directed by Roger Marchand. **Bryan Bretton's latest pic- ture Avalanche was filmed in Switzerland. Donny Mullin is the leading man; playing opposite him is Angela Cam- marata. Mr. Jim Garande, a New York banker, financed the movie. **The musical score was written by Linda Mar- tirio. Her lyricist was Mary Jane Byrnes. The theme song "Falling for You" was number one on the charts for two months. ** Because the movie called for scenes of mass hysteria, many extras were needed. Filling the roles were Maureen Goossens, Michelle McKay, Ron Jamgochian, Linda Be my, Mile Lavoie, Majdoline Khali I, Bill McKrac- ken, Edith Maynard, and Joe Girad. ** The make-up crew for Avalanche consisted of Rosanne DaGracia, Sue Green, Betsy Groves, and Martha Lad re. Costume director was Corinne Cubelli. **Because of the number of dangerous scenes, the movie required several stunt persons. They were Mark Lebrun, Phil Michaud, Jim McDonald, Sharon Hammon, Joyce Finnegan, and Linda Marsden. **Russ Champey won an Oscar for his superb performance in his supporting role. Avalanche was nominated for an Oscar in ten different categories. **Lori Otis is now sailing the seven seas on her fishing boat. Each year Ann Rylance, "*** Denise Pellerin, and Gail McKenzie help Lori pull in her bountiful catches. **ln Australia, architect Chuck Bogan- nam has designed a multi-million dollar complex. He hired men from Mike Lahey's construction company to build it. Working on the project are Hilbert DeDeus, Jesus Arias, Lee LaPorte, Jim O'Sullivan, and Paul Carter. **The inter- ior decorator will be Linda Ditorre. Wiring the complex will be electrician David Grasso. Installing telephones will be Tim Roberts and Sandy Rotondo. Waiting to move into the Australian complex are Linda Moreau, Sharon Morrissey, Chris McAdam, John Couture, and Bill Chaisson. **Stock brokers with their offices on Wall Street are Sandy Lavoie, Shirley Lambert, Maura Flanagan, Joyce Arivello, and Dean Parillo. **Selling real estate in China are Kevin Kluk, Brenda Klier, Jim Gabour, Bruce Cataldi, Landra Bryson, and Donna Sirigos. Sherry Lamot and Debbie Lacroix are the successful owners of a kosher delicatessen in Israel. **Theresa Dowgiert, now living in Poland, has founded an American Legion there. Alice Jacinto assists Theresa in re- cruiting members for the legion. **When the Queen Elizabeth set sail for Peru under the captaincy of Dean Demers, several of our elite classmates were aboard: Cindy Gebo, Mark Archambault, Diane Venturo, Debbie Boudreau, and Cathy Wojtas. **The crew members were Mike Dollar, Rich Desrochers, Jean Bell, and Caroline De- loge. **When the ship docked in Peru, Margaret Guthrie, Janice Hamel, Jimmy Sharron and Barbara Dooley boarded the ocean liner. While policing the ship, Ron Tremblay discovered stowaways John Sabbagh and Cheryl Matton. The two are not in jail and under the supervision of Marie Messina. **Working as animal keepers in the San Diego Zoo are Judy Blackington, Theresa Fitzgerald, and husband and wife Glenda Arlitt and Mike Pelletier. **The girl voted "Most Likely to Succeed," Nancy Burns, has at- tained the prestigious honor of being a subject for the cover of Time magazine. Nancy successfully wrestled a grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park where she's now a forest ranger. **l can't believe we actually found all those people after ten years. **Ten long years! Our class turned out to be very successful. **l thought this project was fun! **So, Judy, what will you be doing now that this report is done? **l've got an athletic trainer's job lined up at B.U. I'm really looking forward to getting started there. What will you be doing? **l'm opening my own clinic for emotionally disturbed teen-agers in Vermont. **Well, I wish you the best of luck and I hope you don't forget the good ol' days at Methuen High. I hope I'll see you again. **Who knows? Maybe in ten years we'll be doing this again. wr r 199 . 1 FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1977 OUR SENIOR PROM mmmmmm ^ 200 SUDDENLY f IT'S JUNE 5, 1977 COMMONWLALTH OF h.uurui •ati*fiut0rti\) fnlfUUd tlic rrquirrnuuta prescribed by \\\t fkrbool tijmnmttttt for graduation from the lhu\li ^ulnml. x« pttmmttb xmth kqia Diploma |m |t0tim««l W|*t»o! uif \\ttot qrrettithi nffiseb our signature* Jdijk/r /• X^U-VVtMX^ Jo ) 202 . . . . GRADUATION 203 1 SUCCESS THROUGH DETERMINATION AN ERSEVERANCE ^BP HONORED GUESTS, PARENTS, CLASSMATES, FRIENDS Every one of us here has been successful up to now by just _b^^here. After we have received our diplomas, will go out into the world and each one of us will certainly want to find much more success in his or her future. Tw qualities which are essential to finding determination and perseverance. No matter what success means to each person here, we all hope to be successful in t we chose to do for the rest of our lives, but we know that there will always be obstacles in front of us that each of us has to overcome on the path to success. We need a strong determination to overcome the many obstacles that we will encounter, especially when they are so large that they block the entire path before us. We must be determined to continue along the path to success right from the start, knowing what hardships and trials lie a head, but confident that we can overcome them. It took us twelve years to overcome our first big hurdle, a high school education, and we know that many more great challenges lie ahead such as finding the right career, one n which we can be happy and will be meaningful for many 204 cessfully completing college first then going out into the- world to find a job when jobs are becoming increasingly scarce even for college graduates. ddition to the major concerns we will come upon, the minor obstacles can amount to the worst ones of all. e Will need perseverance to keep on pushing forward over the years that lie ahead. It will require much perse- verance just to live with the grind that everyday life can become. Those of us who are going to col lege 1 will need perseverance to complete another four years of school. It ill be hard facing the many changes in our society with inflation and fuel shortages. Later in life we will need per- ffl J to the sc severance to continue going to the same job we have been going to for many years. The path to success is long and extremely hard to fol- low, but I hope that every person graduating here today ill find his or her way along the path to success and find uch happiness and contentment in life. Thank you, Steve Sanford Honor Essayist ; " , * ,, «*n 205 206 o says that we have committed ourselves to succes and hopefully we will continue to achieve success. Pride in one's country is much deeper than personal pride. It is a pride so deep that one would sacrifice his own life for the lives of others. It enables a person to enter a battlefield without fear and fight for liberty and freedom. This type of pride also enables a person to walk from a battlefield for he knows that the war has no meaning and that he and his country do not belong there. This pride also encourages a person to be aware of his environment and strive to keep mankind and nature in harmony. To achieve this deep pride, one must be totally self-aware of life and be able to put personal gain and glory behind him or her. The most obvious pride shown here today is the pride in you, the parents. You have long waited for this day and as you watch your son or daughter leave childhood behind and embark upon a new life you are filled with pride. Today is here and I am sure that along with pride you are filled to the brim with happiness and love for your gradu- ate. I wish my classmates success and happiness and hope that they will always show pride in their goals and objec- A Salutatorian address 1977 Lucille Cartelli Thank you 207 SUCCESS THROUGH RESPONSIBILITY Honored guests and fellow graduates: On this very important and memorable day many thoughts are running through our minds. We think of the past years spent at Methuen High and we think of our fu- ture, a future we are unsure of. We wonder about success. We ask will we be successful and if so how? Along with other characteristics, responsibility is a prerequisite to suc- cess. The dictionary defines responsibility as being obliged* to account for someone or something, but responsibility goes much deeper than fulfilling an obligation, it )s thinking or acting rationally; it also involves being self-motivated. We all have responsibilities, whether to parents or friends, at school or at work. These responsibilities are all equally important. However, there is one responsibility we tend to overlook. It is our most important responsibility. It is the responsibility we have to ourselves. Having a responsibility to oneself means doing things because one wants to, not use one has to. Not because one has a responsibility to someone else, but because of one's responsibility to himself. Not because of someone else's standards but be- 208 .xause of our own standards. We also have the responsibil- ity to set our standards high enough so that we will not be under-ac hie vers. We must always strive for the best in ev- erything we do. If one puts forth one's best effort, he or she will be a success in his or her own right. When we know that we have tried our hardest, we will be content with ourselves and this is most important. So do not wonder or worry about your future for success will come to us all in varied ways. Some of us will be fam- ous. Some of us will be wealthy. Some of us may even be powerful. But those of us who are happy and content with what God has granted us will truely be successful. As Wil- liam Allen White said: "I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yes- terday, and I love today." And as this graduation day comes to a close. I want to wish you all the very best of luck; I wish for you only hap- piness in the future — the beginning of a new life for us a I And now I bid you farewell. Thank you 209 ,1 210 211 L i r ■ 212 tt If f '* '»' /?/! jlfff^B • - f^-- ' i * + '< ,*. .;■ FROM OUR FRIENDS 213 ■ .. Best of Luck in the Future BILL DePARDO i 214 Open Daily — 1 1 :30 a.m. to 2 a.m. Sundays and Holidays — 12 noon tel. M tel. MUrdock 8-501 1 Silver Dragon Restaurant air conditioned for your comfort orders to take out Teresa Loo, hostess Bob Loo, host party accomodations cocktails Lowell - Lawrence Boulevard Route 110 off Route 93 Methuen, Mass. I The People' Bank Methuen ^ ^ Co-Ope rative Bank 243 Broadway, Methuen, Mass. 01844 tel: 682-5271 « 215 J ; Congratulations & Good Luck Bill Delucca Chevrolet 76 So. Main St., Haverhill Compliments of Jacobs Ladder % j Campolini Formal Wear Tuxedo Rental & Sales 53 A Berkeley Street Lawrence, Mass. 01840 Phone 685-9095 Tripoli Bakery 104 Common St., Lawrence, Mass. Bread, Rolls, Pastries, Pizza Tel: 682-^ ^ ff 217 i V ^uefcCs Spouse o j rTCou/e/ts Design Specialists Designs for all Occasions i JIM AND MABEL LONG, PROPRIETORS Weddings * Birthdays Funerals • Anniversaries Hospital Arrangements llred florist Interior Decorator Jftg* Plants ^^ 686-3291 100 HOWE ST., METHUEN bankamericarp. 219 Best Wishes Graduates Dan Sarkis Chevron 165 Swan St., Methuen We specialize in all types of auto repairs, with speedy service, expert quality, and reasonable prices. tel. 687-9139 M k Robichaud True Value Hardware Inc. 45 Hampshire St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Tel. 682-2695 686-6881 It's not as easy as it looks! -V X Buying or selling a home is a complicated business. At White House we have professonials who know how to put all the pieces together. White House Realty, Inc Real Estate Sales Serving Massachusetts and New Hampshire Kealy Farms 83 Broadway, Rte. 28 Methuen, Mass.\ tel. 685-7282 The Siggens Family Your Banking Campus Baybank Merrimack Valley Lawrence Co-Operative Bank Your family banking center 300 Essex St. Lawrence, Mass. tel: 688-1861 also 4 Main St., Andover Essex Broadway Savings Bank 1 1 WCGY FM 94 IN STEREO. 50,000 WATTS. 221 Good Luck Boddy's Furnature Methuen Square Compliments of Arlington Trust Company Member of the F.D.I.C. ^H I atsun tors, Inc. DBA Crompton-Kenney Datsun 662 Broadway, Lawrence, Mass. tel. 683-7188 222 Pontiac Volkswagon Park-Hegarty Pontiac Volkswagon, Inc. 248 Haverhill St. Methuen, Mass. tel. 685-3571 serving the Merrimack Valley Congratulations and Good Luck from Bishops Consentino Music 136-138 Newbury St. Lawrence, Mass. tel: 686-4502 Congratulations from Burger King 95 Pleasant Valley St. Luck to The Class of 1977 From the r Methuen Dairy Queen Dairy Queen 223 Arrangements Cut Flowers Garden Supplies Nursery Stock JOHNSONS FLOWER WORLD, INC. Pot Plant Specialists 107 Pleasant St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Tel. 687-4544 I P* THWAIT'S MARKET 36 Railroad St. Methuen Homemade pork and tomatoe sausage are our specialties. TOM LAWTON 1 / The \ TROPHY SHOPPE Telephone ■ (617)687-3203 DUNKIN DONUTS Broadway Methuen, Mass. Corner of Pine & Lowell Streets. Methuen. Mass. 01844 dSmk A 7 COTY'S OFFICE PRODUCTS 42 Franklin St. ^^ Lawrence * Compliments of JACKSON LUMBER Market St. Lawrence ^ SCOTT'S JEWELRY CO. 428 Essex St. Lawrence ALFRED L. DANIELS 509 Bay State Building Lawrence 224 FLUET JEWELERS For all your family needs, sales, and service. two quality repairmen 247 Broadway, Methuen. across from Dairy Queen tel: 683-4763 PERUSE PHARMACY INC. 165 Ames St., Lawrence, Mass. tel: 682-9635 ; FREEMAN FUEL COMPANY oil heating engineers 24 hour service John H. Freeman 50 Hampshire St., Methuen tel: 688-0604 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND CATALANO INSURANCE AGENCY Best Wishes From THE DEN Rt. 114 Waverly Rd., Lawrence "Good Food" Good Luck to The Class of 1977 HUTTONS TROPICAL FISH FARM 30 Hampshire St., Methuen tel: 685-4915 KAPS Apparel for gentlemen and their sons 381-387 Essex St., Lawrence, Mass. tel: 686-3806 ; 225 r JOSEF'S TROPHY AND GIFT HOUSE All types of trophies and plaques Jewelry and Watch Repair 223 Newbury St., Lawrence, tel: 686-1021 S. NAZARIAN JEWELERS f327 Essex St. tol- ABO lflOO I J/tnTfoc FORMAL WEAR RENTALS & SALES Color Coordinating OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. TIL 8:30 P.M. SATURDAY TIL 5:00 P.M. 59 Merrimack Street, Lawrence, Mass. 688-0000 MERRILL'S MARKET Harry M. Briggs, Prop 42 Hampshire St., Methuen. tel: 683-2796 Be Our Guest . . . McDONALD'S You Deserve A Break Today COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND ANALLORO'S BAKERY Bakers Of Italian Bread and Rolls 87 Common St. tel: 687-1212 ■ A** Ik ARTHUR'S RESTAURANT 4 Newbury St. Lawrence Italian, American, Continental Cuisine tel: 688-1142 226 .if Getting up in the world is more than lost holding down a job. Holding down a job that's holding you down just doesn't make sense. That's where the Navy can help. By training you for a job that can really get you up in the world. A job that can lead to success. Oppor- tunity. Pride in yourself. And a future that's as bright as you want to make it. Show us that you've got what it takes, and you can work in one of many challenging jobs that let you make the most of your good head. Or good hands. In electronics. Aircraft structural mechanics. Radio communications. And a lot more. You'll work hard. Possibly a lot harder than on your present job. Why not? You'll be getting a lot more back in return. A rewarding fu- ture. Some of the best pay and benefits in Navy history. Even a chance to travel and make some lasting friendships while you're doing it. Talk to your local recruiter. He can tell you what you qualify for before you enlist. AEC RICK WASSON CM1 JOHN J. FARO JR. NAVY RECRUITING STATION 499 ESSEX ST. LAWRENCE, MA. 01840 686-5087 BUILD YOUR FUTURE ON A PROUD TRADITION. NOTE TO PRINTER SET AND PRINT LOCAL RECRUITER'S NAME, ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER (CENTERED LINE FOR LINE) IN THIS SPACE. i TYPE STYLE: 10 POINT TRADE GOTHIC LIGHTOR NEWS GOTHICOR SIMILAR SANS SERIF FACE. 227 A-', • N^k J^M 228 229 CLASS DIRECTORY Abdallah, James 17 Annis St. Adorns, Linda 7 Bryant Ave Albert, Linda 15 Maple St Allen, Douglas K 15 Cedar Cir Amante, Sharon 38 Hidden St. Ange, James 14 Farley St. Appleyard, Donna 1 Bedford St. April, David 10 Partridge Dr. Archambault, Mark 1 5 Hill St. Ardizzone, Stephen M 66 French St. Arias, Jesus 1 53 Center St. Arivella, Joyce 20 Gaston St. Arhtt, Glenda 63 Center St. Auclair, Lynne 3 Pelham Ave. Ayotte, Mark 19 Budron Rd. Azzorelli, Diane 45 Ashford St. Boillargeon, Ann M 48 Union St. Barbin, Cynthia E 133 Swan St. Bortlett, Martin F 11 Charles St. Basso, Barbara 38 Harvard Ave. Beaulieu, Robert 5 Keach St. Gebo, Cynthia 42 Harris St. Becotte, Susan C 18 Huntington Ave. Begley, John 19 Kimball Rd. Bell, Jean M 1 73 Warwick St. Bellorado, Ralph C 102 Hampshire Rd. Benedict, Ronald 44 Emsley Ter. Bergeron, Thomas 2 Clinton Rd. Berry, Linda 3 Maplewood Ave. Bevington, Joy 1 99 Oakland Ave. Blackington, Judy 8 Summit Ave. Blanchette, Philip 7 Moody Ave. Bobola, Robert 709 Lowell St. Boddy, Charles 25 Bruce St. Bogannam, Charles 6 Princeton St. Bolduc, Carolyn 21 N. Lowell St. Bolduc, Douglas 106 Elm St Boudreau, Debra 1 Hickory Ln. Bretton, Bryon 18 Ponderosa Ave. Brouck, William 3 Moffette St. Brown, Allen L 4 Inglewood Ter. Bryson, Landra 2 Newport St. Buggea, Susan 11 Russell St. Burgess, Daniel L 8 Brown St. Burns, Nancy 60 Lindale Ave. Burns, Steven W 248 Oakland Ave. Burton, Marlene M 24 Oneida St. Busta, Roberta C 1 32 East St. Byrnes, Mary Jane 16 Oak Ridge St. Cain, David J 65 Clayton Ave. Cammarata, Angela M 72 Pond St. Campbell, Julie 34 Hidden Rd. Carito, Anna Marie 115 Swan St. Carter, Neil 175 Howe St. Cartelli, Lucille 49 Riverdale St. Carter, Paul 1 75 Howe St. Casey, Cheryl L 217 Olive Ave. Castiglione, Catherine 102 Phillips St. Castiglione, Mark J 16 Webb St. Cataldi, Bruce 11 Anthony St. Chaisson, William F 482 Lowell St. Champey, Russell 14 Stillwater Rd. Childs, Mark J 14 Glen Forest Ln. Geary, Candyce A 50 High St. Geary, Susan M 245 Oakland Ave. Coco, Karen M 9 Tenney St. Collins, John F 142 Oakside Ave. Collier, David 534 Forest St. Consentino, Russell J 10 Brookfield Rd. Copley, David 75 Kenwood Rd. Corso, Richard J 5 Court St. Cottone, Kimberly M 477 Broadway Couture, John M 165 Haverhill St. Craven, Dru E 39 Pleasant View St. Crawford, Bruce 25 Lexington Ave. Crompton, Kenneth G 146 Pleasant View St. Croteau, Gina D 26 Ashford St. Cubelli, Corinne M 16 Birch Ave. Dagati, James S 3 Phillen St. Dagraca, Rosann 8 Booth Rd. Daigle, Cheryl 29 Annis St. Daigle, Donna M 62 Oakland Ave. Daine, Marc D 11 Garrison Cir. Danahy, Kathleen P 15 Deborah Dr. Dawson, Francis F 4 Frederick Ave. DeAngelis, David 40 Swan St. Deosy, Linda D 9 Cottage St. Dechane, Daniel P 17 Pearl St. DeDeus, Gilbert 7 St. Euss St. Defusco, John 4 Duston Dr. Delehanty, Lynne A 110 Oakside Ave. Deloge, Carolyn 106 Myrtle St. Deluca, Debra 14 Greendale St. Deluca, Nancy I 14 Palanga St. Demers, Dean E 10 Giles St. Deschene, Darlene 11 Marjorie St. Desrochers, Mary Ann 25 Ford St. Desrochers, Richard A 102 Carleton St. DiBenedetto, Ann 1 24 Brook St. Dimmock, Debra M 50 Cypress Ave. DiTorre, Linda S 9 Tower St. Doerr, James F 175 Haverhill St. Dollar, Mitchell 45 Huntington Ave. Dolloff, Laurel L 27 Sugarhill Cir. Donahue, Marilyn 485 Howe St. Dooley, Barbara M 138 Tyler St. Dowgiert, Teresa 36 Phillips St. Drago, Charles 100 Weybosset St. Drago, Mary A 25 Oakland Ave. Dube, Joyce A 26 Plymouth St. Dubois, Debra 49 Canobiela Rd. Eaton, Susan E 11 Foreside St. Edwards, Gregory M 25 Sawyer St. Ehramjian Carl R 1 57 Center St. Elias, Mary Lou 25 Linwood St. Fair, Drex D 19 Magna Rd. Farelle, Susan 33 Greendale St. Faro, Joseph A 1 34 Pleasant St. Faro, Michael 1 34 Pleasant St. Faucher, David W 9 Almont St. Favreau, Paul E 18 Junior Ave. Fazio, Christine 81 Woburn St. Feole, Kevin 24 Conrad St. Feole, Ralph F 24 Conrad St. Feugill, Caroline D 27 Milk St. Fillion, Karlene A 1 6 Sea St. Finnegan, Joyce M 37 Center St. Fiore, John Butternut Ln. Fitzgerald, Theresa 199 Haverhill St. Fitzsimons, Deborah L 14 Emerson Ave. Flanagan, Maura 6 Pleasant Cir. Fluet, Nancy E 373 Pelham St. Fluet, Theresa 25 Jackson St. Foderaro, Frank P 122 Haverhill St. Forcier, Paul 1 7 Glen Forest Ln. From, Karen 3 Dewey St. Gabour, James 39 Broadway Gagnon, Brenda J 423 Howe St. 230 Gagnon, Jeffrey 161 Lowell St. Gagnon, Daniel W 90 Weybosset St. Gaidas, Joseph A 603 Prospect St. Gallagher, Amy 6 Butternut Ln. Galloway, Nancy F 21 Coronet Ave. Ganem, Edmund J. Jr 3 Hilltop Rd. Ganem, Gail F 12 School St. Garand, James 99 Camden St. Garafalo, Ross 24 Cochrane Or. Garson, Ruby 7 Moody Ave. Gaudreau, Glenn J 48 Louise Ave. Gauvin, Mark 41 Palanga St. Getchell, Stephen M 5 Ridge St. Gingras, Debra A 30 Conrad St. Gioseffi, Michael 26 Sandra Ln. Giragosian, Adrienne 32 Brook St. Giroux, Paul 18 Hampshire Cir. Girowx, Mark A 18 Hampshire Cir. Giraurd, Joseph 8 Tremont St. Golio, Frank 51 Harvard Ave. Gordon, David B 116 Bay State Rd. Goossens, Maureen 22 Clayton Ave. Gosselin, Theresa 50 Atkinson St. Grasso, David S 107 Butternut Ln. Green, Susan 40 Mystic St. Griskevich, Laura A 14 Conrad St. Gross, Kenneth 10 Central St. Groves, Elizabeth M 14 Gage St. Guilmet, Deborah 5 Winthrop Ave. Guthrie, Margaret J 31 Beaumont Rd. Haddad, Joseph 690 Jackson St. Haidaichuk, Debra A 26 Greenmont Ter. Hajjar, David 1 34 Pleasant St. Hall, Cheryl Lee 232 Hampstead St. Hamel, Janyce M 60 Berwick St. Hammon, Sharon M 15 Hillcrest Ave. Hanna, Christine 82 Riverdale St. Hapenny, Tammy M 26 Howe St. Harvey, Linda A 5 Strathmore Rd. Harvey, Carol 18 Emmett Ave. Haskell, James C 45 Davis Rd. Healey, Paul F 59 Milk Ave. Hebert, Catherine 35 Deborah Ave. Hegarty, Sheila 51 Reservoir St. Hersch, Louis E 131 Pelham St. Hines, Penny J 36 Maplewood Ave. Hoehn, Oscar A 14 Longview Ter. Holgate, Sheryl 8 Miller St. Houle, David A 15 Griffin St. Hughes, Susan 91 N. Lowell St. Jabour, Deborah 491 Howe St. Jacinto, Alice 1 42 Tenney St. Jamgochian, Ronald 103 Jackson St. Janowski, Michael 27 Bailey St. Jennings, Edward J 55 Harvard Ave Joaquin, Gary J 9 Oak Meadow Ln. Johnston, Peter 243 Howe St. Jones, Linda 311 Pelham St. Joy, Cynthia 110 Pelham St. Joyal, Donna 26 Magna Rd. Jutras, Barbara 4 Tyler St. Kay, David L 22 Stevens St. Kearny, David 1 Huntington Ave. Kearny, Leilah A 1 56 Howe St. Kelleher, John W 18 Marshall St. Kenney, Paul 5 Larchwood Rd. Kenyon, Tracy 234 N. Lowell St. Khalil, Majdoline 99 Swan St. Kiessling, Christina 33 Cochrane Cir. Kisiel, James J 9 Hill Ave. Kissinger^Cheryl 28 Union St. Klier, Brenda 6 King St. Kluk, Kevin 19 Independence Dr. Kolifrath, Elizabeth 92 Pleasant St Kosidrek, Ann Marie 20 Bates St. Lacroix, Debra J 12 Noyes St. Ladre, Martha 30 Pleasant St. LaFrance, Kimberly 9 Beacon St. LaFrenier, Linda 40 Elmwood Rd. Lahey, Michael 10 E. Brook PI. LaLiberty, William 18 Longview Ter. Lambert, Lawrence 26 Elm St. Lambert, Shirley 12 Joy Ter. Lamont, Paul 20 Fulton St. Lamy, Eugenie 266 Broadway Lamot, Sherry 207 Pelham St. Landry, Judy 97 Edgewood Ave. LaPorte, Lee 32 Jane Rd. Lavigne, Wayne 24 Jay Ter. Lavoie, Michael 7 Campus Rd. Lavoie, David 33 Davis Rd. Lavoie, Sandra 62 Campus Rd. Lawton, Timothy 17 Joy St. Lebrun, Mark 299 Pelham St. LeCuyer, David 292 Oak St. Lemire, Donna 48 Emsley Ave. Leonard, Winifred 240 Hampstead St. Lescarbeau, Jayne 19 Hobson St. Liles, Gary T 14 Carlton St. Liles, Larry D 14 Carlton St. Lippe, Celeste 32 Louise Ave. Lister, James 15 Anthony St. Lonardo, Mark 7 Hidden Rd. Love, Paul 67 Ayers Village Rd. Lucier, Donna 98 Elm St. Lutz, Robert 20 Sunny Ave. MacDonald, Sharon 90 Elmwood Rd. Maglia, Mary Ann 34 Vermont St. Makus, Peter 6 Elm St. Manning, Karen 18 Falmouth St. Marchand, Roger 38 Rone St. Marcinkevich, Sue 80 Hampstead St. Marquis, Jill A 23 Pelham Ave. Marrone, Henry 7 Leslie Ave. Marsden, Linda 21 Ridge Ave. Martin, Mark 129 Pleasant St. Martin, Nancy P 57 Milk St. Martind, Linda 24 Merrimac St. Mason, Clif E 1 80 Tyler St. Matton, Cheryl 59 Lyndale Ave. Matton, Mary Roe 30 Butternut Lane Maynard, Edith R 39 Alvin St. Maynard, Pamela 65 Center St. MCadam, Chris J 16 Tobey Ave. MCavoy, Sharon 56 Ames St. MCcall, Kevin Ill Lowell St. MCcracken, Welliam 3 Memorial Drive MCdonald, James 26 Garfield St. MCgrail, Karen P 3 Tremont St. MCkay, Michelle 91 Pelham St. MCkenzie, Gayle 50 Butternut Lane MCkenzie, Lorie A 281 Oak St. MCkone, Valerie A 415 Howe St. MCmahon, Robin 21 Pelham St. MCnulty, Gail 11 Sevoian Drive Menihane, Eileen L 165 Phillips St. Mercado, Blanca 39 Chase St. Mercer, Ellen M 35 Shirley Ave. Messina, Donald 291 Merrimack St. Messina, Marie 20 Hobson St. Michaud, John C 20 Clayton Ave. Michaud, Judith C 38 Plymouth St. Michaud, Phillip J 37 Comet St. Mignanelli, Suzanne J 157 Merrimack St. 23 Moore, Debro L 16 Emerson Ave Moreau, Lindo 18 Bailey St Morency. Christopher 50 Forest St Morgan, Karen M 24 Vincent Ave Morressey, Sharon 20 Alvin Street Mosson, Thomas 10 Crestshire Lane Motto, Linda M 16 Elaine Ave Mullin, Donald 63 Somerset St Mundry, Joanne M 26 Webb St. Murphy, Brian M 19 Junior Ave Nartiff, Kann 33 Stoneybrook Rd Nastasia, David A 18 Linden Ave. Naylor, James E 49 Railroad St Nazanan, Stephen 1 33 Jackson St. Nett, Heidi A 251 Hampshire St Nelson, Patricia 48 Ashland Ave Neve, Gmo M 52 Baremeadow St. Nicholson, Lynn 29 Currier Ave Nicolosi, Katherine L 39 Merriline Ave. Nightingale, Brendo 10 West St. Nolin, Laura J 31 Laurel Ave. Norton, Barry IIVi Chase St. Nowell, Michoel G 11 Kimball Rd. O'Donnell, Michael T 75 Cochrane Circle O'Sullivan, James K 39 Butternut Lane O'Connell, Peter V 612 Prospect St. Ohanian, Russell 110 Butternut Lane Otis, Lori J 41 Edgewood Ave Palmer, Corinne A 10 Granite St. Pappalardo, Marie 4 Clayton Ave. Paris, Paula J 15 Gaston St. Parrillo, Dean R 5 Canobieola Rd. Pauk, Michael 83 Boston St. Pellerin, Denise M 13 Ashland Ave. Pelletier, Michael S 28 Marion St. Piftera, Michael M 15 Falmouth St. Plantamura, Frank A 56 Lowell St. Plouffe, Gerard R 15 Tedesco Rd. Pollord, Kenneth J 233 Lawrence St. Poole, Arlene M 167 Forest St. Poublon, Kenneth C 1 54 Oakland Ave. Prifts, Jimmie 40 Weisner Pkwy. Purdy, Diane N 44 French St. Rapaglia, Janet 69 Derry Rd. Ratcliffe, Alice Ann 70 Tower St. Raye, Debra 36 High St. Recupero, David 146 Wanwicks St. Reidl, Karl 1 Stoney Brook Rd. Reitano, Robyn A 87 Butternut Rd. Ricard, Susan P 46 Ruskin Ave. Ricci, Rhoda Jean 14 Randolph Ave. Riley, Colleen 257 Forest St. Roberge, Timothy F 19 Temple Dr. Roberts, Susan M 1 03 Piedmont St. Robichaud, Scott C 76 Ayer St. Robillard, Ernest 35 Perley St. Rose, Margaret A 13 Winthrop Ave. Rosentrater, Michael 14 Home St. Rotondo, Sandra 1 54 Hampshire Rd. Russell, James W 73 Forest St. Russ, Richard J 73 Ford St. Rushton, Robert A 907 Riverside Dr. Rylance, Ann Marie 46 Tenney St. Sabbagh, John 11 Conte Drive Sapia, Cynthia L 1 46 North St. Salafia, Thomas D 24 Pond St. Sabis, Kevin A 177 Lowell St. Samra, David 25 Channing St. Sanford, Stephen J 39 Campus Rd. Sofia, John Jr 146 North St. Sapienza, Elaine J 9 Coronet Ave Sarkis, Marie J 5 Gage St. Scandura, Linda A 180 East St Schelling, Lynne M 38 Sandra Lane Schwa rzenberg, Carol 60 Ames St. Sciuto, Richard P 57 Olive St. Scott, Michael 15 Frederick Ave. Sciuto, Stephen 1 08 Oakland Ave. Sharron, James V 20) Oakland Ave. Sheehan, Elizabeth K 6 Russ St. Shick, Thomas 68 Timber Lane Siegel, Mark R 611 Lowell St. Simm, Lucie 4 Craven St. Sirigos, Donna 24 First St. Sirigos, William 24 First St. A. Smith, Karen Hartley 23 Annis St. Smith, Robin 8 Temple Dr. Somma, Brenda 10 Marshall St. Sousa, Concetto 16 French St. Souza, Joseph 26 Stillwater Rd. Sprague, Glenn D 74 Butternut Lane St. Laurent, Joonne A 1 70 Pleasant St. St. Paul, Tim C 112 Pleasant St. Stanley, Wanda Marie 2 Grove St. Stansfield, Michael L 25 Monroe Ave. Stansits, Elizabeth 223 Hampstead St. Stella, Joseph 5 Waldo St. Stravinskas, Marianne 15 Brown St. Stravinskas, Richard 15 Brown St. Strozza, Michael 322 Oak St. Stumpo, Rosemarie 112 Howe St. Sullivan, Sean 23 River St. Suslavicji, Dennis 29 Delmont St. Szegedy, Glenn 12 Mary Lou St. Szostak, Jane 40 Lawrence St. Tobacco, Rosanne 57 Russell St. Tabor, James T 1 85 Lowell St. Theberge, Jean 21 Kirk St. Thomas, Rhonda 8 Oakridge St. Timony, David 55 Lorenzo Cir. Tomacchio, Ron 26 Merriline Ave. Thompkins, Robert 3 Short St. Torres, Susan 39 Lincoln St. Towler, Donna 60 Ashland Ave. Tremblay, James 27 Butternut Lane Tremblay, Susan 67 Harvard Ave. Tremblay, Ronald J 33 Monroe Ave. Tremblay, Thomas 93 Lowell St. Trussell, Michael 1 35 Harris St. Tsakle, Eric 71 Plymouth St. Tudisco, Joseph 23 Roosevelt Ave. Tuminowski, Nancy 13 Cochrane St. Vaiknoras, Joseph 26 Almont Ave. Valliere, Brian 31 Pearly St. Veit, Alan W 97 Boston St. Ventura, Diane 44 Arlington St. Vernis, Michelle 57 Ashland Ave. Viens, Peter 17 Ford St. Waitkevitch, Deborah 1 Golf Ave. Weir, John 207 Lowell Blvd. Wilman, Jane 1 78 Hampstead St. Wlodyka, Edward L 47 Louise Ave. Wojtas, Catherine 208 Hampstead St. Worster, James 6 Harvard Ave. Wozniak, Lawrence S 33 Arnold St. Wrobel, John 16 Auburn St. Wrobel, Stephen 366 Hampshire Rd. Zacharias, Robert 50 Albion St. Zakia, Lorraine M 47 Campus Rd. Zilinsky, Carol 4 Anthony St. 232 .1 ■ -!